Israel, Jordan, UAE Partner In Biggest-Ever Joint Regional Climate Project
A Jordanian photovoltaic plant with a 600-MW capacity will export green power to Israel, which will then supply 200 MCUM of water to Jordan
November 23, 2021
Israeli Homeowners Are Ready To Storm The Solar Frontier
After years of lagging behind other Western countries, Israel’s solar electricity production is looking to private homeowners to heat things up.
November 05, 2019
Life-Saving Tech In Thailand, Freezing Cancer, And Israeli Unicorns – NoCamels’ Most Popular Stories In 2018
As 2018 ends, NoCamels looks at the top stories that captivated our readers most over the past year.
December 31, 2018
Sun Power: Israeli Tech Makes Solar Cells 70% More Effective
Researchers at Israel's Technion developed a new technology that could improve the efficiency of photovoltaic cells by nearly 70 percent.
March 27, 2017
Israel Brings Hybrid Solar Power To Off-Grid Locations In Ethiopia
Solar power is a fantastic solution for the developing world and off-grid locations, but it's more expensive and complicated than you may think. Israeli company AORA wants to change that.
December 15, 2014
Meet Seven Israeli Alternative-Energy Companies With Solutions To Fuel The Future
By 2050, one-third of the world's energy will need to come from renewable sources, like solar or wind. No, this isn't a statement made by environmental organizations, but by two of the world’s largest oil companies, British Petroleum and Shell. These seven Israeli companies are sure to make our futures brighter with alternative energy technology based on solar, wave, geothermal and waste sources.
July 07, 2014
Robots Are What Makes This Israeli Solar Farm Super-Efficient
Most everybody wants to use cleaner forms of energy and solar power is always mentioned in that context. However, since most solar farms are located in deserts, it's very hard to maintain the panels clean – and that damages energy production. Enter Israeli company Ecoppia, which developed the world's first solar-panel-cleaning robot.
March 27, 2014
Award-Winning NGO Brings Israeli Innovation To Africa
When Sivan Yaari-Borowich went to Africa, she was rattled by the poverty stricken continent. Instead of going back to her life after her visit, she started an organization that will eventually use Israeli innovations in 68 projects that help Africans in their daily lives.
December 25, 2013
Israeli Eco-Home Wins Big At International Solar Decathlon In China
Much of the innovation taking place in Israel is eco-friendly, and team Israel's entry to the 2013 solar decathlon is no exception.This team's state-of-the-art eco-house is based on architecture that has been a staple in the Middle East for 3,500 years.
August 18, 2013
96-Year-Old Solar Energy Genius Harry Zvi Tabor Talks To NoCamels About Pioneering Solar Power
96-year-old Israeli inventor Harry Zvi Tabor pioneered the solar power technology in the 1950's and today he talks to NoCamels about his inventions and the difference between being an inventor and an entrepreneur.
August 13, 2013
Sol Chip Creates The Everlasting Solar Battery
Limitless power has long been a dream for mankind. But when it comes to technology, sometimes baby steps are needed before the giant leap. Israeli Sol Chip has made one such step with its rechargeable solar-powered battery.
July 22, 2013
Will A $20M Solar Field Rekindle Israel’s Alternative Energy Market?
After seeing a decline in recent years, could solar energy be making a comeback? Israeli company Shikun Binui has commissioned a $20 million project from Chinese firm Suntech, to be built in the Israeli desert.
May 27, 2013
Israeli Solar Entrepreneur Aims To Bring Light To Africa
Yosef Abramowitz has spent years promoting solar power plants in Israel, whilst also promoting a social agenda. Now, Abramowitz is working towards bringing solar electricity to remote African villages.
December 05, 2012
“Solar-Succa” – The Traditional Jewish Structure Meets 21st Century Tech
The Israeli city Kfar-Sava decided to add a little more "green" to the traditional Jewish construct – the Succa. The structure, which is built by many Israelis as a reminder of the temporary houses that served the Israelites on their exodus from Egypt to Israel, will run exclusively on solar power.
September 29, 2012