Two factors set Israel apart in its approach to solar: (1) the country’s incredible research and development efforts and (2) ability to attract enormous amounts of overseas investment.
Green Prophet reports on a Israeli research project that has strung several agriculture and clean-tech specialties together to help alleviate world hunger.
Green Prophet reports on how Palestinians want to be more energy independent but may meet resistance over solar energy from Israeli authorities.
The mastermind behind the novel Energy Tower, Dan Zaslavsky, says the technology uses a principle that’s been known for hundreds of years.
Green Prophet takes a look at an issue in Israel on whether solar panels be installed on limited open space or on rooftops.
Green Prophet reports on the the first-ever license for a solar project being awarded recently to Israel’s bedouin community by Israel’s Public Utility Authority.
Green Prophet highlights this amazing green building design in Israel that is an efficient twisting tower that would be powered by geothermal energy.
The Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation backs Israeli and American companies to work jointly on four cleantech projects.
The manufacturer of a wave-powered hydraulic generator claims its technology can produce electricity for the developing world cheaper than coal and gas.
Israel’s Ministry of Environmental Protection and Standards Institute announces a set of green building standards, which it has already begun to implement.
Arava Power Company, after a five year undertaking, builds and flips on what is said to be Israel’s first solar power field called Ketura Sun.