By David Allouche
UltraClean Invents New Method Of Hand-Drying
UltraClean, an Israeli company, is claiming it has a new solution for hand-drying: An automatic non-touch cotton towel dispenser, with a self-laundering system inside, meaning the towel never needs to be replaced. The system will soon be introduced in Europe.
September 25, 2012
Better Air Uses Probiotics To Clean Air We Breathe
Israeli company Better Air has created a system that improves air quality in homes, offices and hospitals - using probiotics - millions of "good bacteria" - to fight harmful bacteria.
July 15, 2012
Cleantech: Generating Power From Water To Detect Pipe Leaks
HydroSpin developed micro-generators that use the flow of water within pipelines to develop electricity. The power generated is then used for monitors and devices that detect leakages or bursts.
May 30, 2012
New Automatic Pig System To Seal Pipe Leaks
Israeli company Curapipe Systems develops a solution for water pipe leakages, without needing to replace the pipeline or digging up streets. Leaks are sealed by injecting special viscous substances into water mains.
May 09, 2012
Israeli Technology Allows Growing Fish In The Desert
Israeli company Grow Fish Anywhere (GFA), offers a solution to overfishing and pollution caused by fish farming. Their technology allows farmers to grow fish anywhere, even in extreme environments like the desert or urban areas.
April 22, 2012
Israeli Company Creates Solar-Panel Windows To Power Buildings
Pythagoras Solar develops windows with built-in solar panels that increase energy efficiency and renewable power generation for buildings. The solar cells, based on patent-pending optical technology, are adaptable and can be installed in almost any kind of window.
March 20, 2012
Technology To Save Cities Water And Money
According to Israeli startup Stream Control, 40 percent of the water available to us is lost every year, primarily because of leaks. This "non-revenue" water costs 14 billion dollars per year, the company says. Stream Control's solution is called Aqua-Guard, an electronic controller device that can minimize leakages caused by excessive pressure in pipes.
February 06, 2012
Israeli Company To Open Solar Power Plant In Spain
AORA Solar, an Israeli developer of concentrated solar power, will be opening its second-ever gas-turbine solar thermal power station in Spain. The plant will answer the electricity needs of the local population and provide additional heat energy for an adjacent desalination facility.
January 25, 2012
Genetically Modified Plants To Resist Intense Drought
Israeli agro-biotechnology company, Rosetta Green, has developed a new technology to develop plants that are better able to withstand prolonged periods of severe drought. The company aims to develop new plant varieties resistant to harsh climatic condition, maintaining an increased yield.
January 17, 2012