28 - 29 January 2014
18th Annual International Summit and Exhibition
for Water Technologies, Energy Efficiency,
Renewable Energy, Recycling,
Green Transportation and Green Building
Official Travel Agent
תוצאות חיפוש עבור : renewable energy exhibition
CleanTech – A World Growth engine
Green Mark Conference
International Conference: Water Thirsty World
The Conference will focus on new technological solutions aimed at versifying global water resources; depreciation problems in major cities around the world; international mega-projects targeted at solving water shortages; innovative scientific research aimed at solving global water shortages; how can the Israeli "NEWTech" program bring a dramatic change in global water resources
International Investors Conference in the Clean-Tech Industries
The clean-tech industry is developing in giant leaps and every year thousands of new companies emerge around the world introducing innovative technologies in various clean-tech branches
CleanTech 2012 Official Travel Agent
The chairman of CleanTech 2012
At Eve of 64th Independence Day: Israel Needs Energy Independence
The unilateral Egyptian leave of the gas trade agreement with the state of Israel, at the eve of Israel’s 64th Independence Day, clarifies Israel’s urgent need to meet its energy demands independently, without relying on foreign sources. It is important to note that in all actuality, well before the official Egyptian announcement, gas did not flow regularly for several months.
This is the Time for Greece
OECD: The global water crisis is worsening.
The OECD’s “Environmental Outlook to 2050” report predicts that if the world’s countries will fail to adapt an ambitious eco-friendly policy, we shall face a prolonged deterioration and erosion of our natural resources, along with the peril of irreversible changes that could put to risk 200 years of increase in the quality of life we have enjoyed so far.
Recycling and Waste
The increasing amount of waste with the growth in population and rising living standards is creating a real and burning problem. Reducing the quantities of waste is a need whose time has come.
Transport systems have significant impacts on the environment, accounting for between 20% and 25% of world energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions.
Green building has clearly become a need. In the world there is an increase in demand for buildings that save energy and resources, and that contribute to the quality of life and to a healthier environment.
The Israeli government has set an ambitious target of producing 10% of the country's energy needs from renewable energy by 2020.
The decision of the Israeli government to implement the national program of developing water technologies, Israel NEWTech, is designed to turn Israel into a leading element in the global water market, which currently generates about 400 billion dollars a year.
The government has approved a bill for the environmental treatment of electronic equipment
Under the new law, responsibility for the finance of removal and treatment of the products they are marketing will be imposed on the manufacturers and importers of electronic products and different types of batteries. Photo: Tungphoto
A financial protocol has been signed for the export of Israeli water technology for agricultural use in China
The financial protocol is an agreement between the governments of Israel and China to establish a special credit line to finance Israeli trade and investment in China. Photo: Sura Nualpradid
New in Israel: introducing the use of hybrid buses
In the framework of the first part of the program of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor, allocating grants for projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Photo: ponsulak
Approaching Grid Parity - Solar power from the Negev is catching up with the IEC's tariffs
News about Israel's ability to produce alternative energy sources, while reducing her dependence on fossil fuels: the international tender for the establishment of the photo-voltaic power plant at the Ashalim site in the Negev has been finalized three years after it began. Photo: Salvatore Vuono
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