Israel Cleantech Intelligence: TaKaDu and 8 More Headlines

rain waterHydro-electric power, Better Place vehicles, endangered species and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment.

Solaris Synergy and Leviathan were named Israel’s leading early stage environmental technologies at this year’s Clean Tech Open IDEAS Competition. CNN aired a feature on wastewater reclamation in Israel and IT-water management company TaKaDu raised an undisclosed sum from Emerald Technology Ventures. For these stories and the rest of this week’s headlines, see below.

Contests
Solaris Synergy, Leviathan win national cleantech contest

Israel, Iran Take Top 2 Endangered Species Design Prizes

Water
Israel Reclaims Water Using Nuclear Technology – On CNN

Emerald Technology Ventures backs Israeli water monitoring company TaKaDu

Water IT Startup TaKaDu Gets More VC, Fixes Leaks

Local firm gets European grant for hydro-electric power

Water Treatment
Arid Israel recycles waste water on grand scale

Israel launches water treatment base in China

Electric Vehicle
13 “Better Place” Cars Hit the Streets of Israel To Test “Charge”

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