Since 1948, Israel has set itself a task of finding creative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. To celebrate Israel’s 65th birthday, ISRAEL21c looks at some of the best achievements.
Despite crowd-funding failure, an Israeli company is pressing ahead with a project to convert the Galapagos Islands to solar energy.
Primus Green Energy, soon to make alternative jet and auto fuels, is backed by the renewable energy arm of the Israel Corporation.
Israel’s NewCO2Fuel poised to help Australia make its brown coal-burning industry into a greener enterprise.
A sensor system from Israel monitors energy use throughout commercial spaces to slash expenses and keep users comfortable.
New Israeli energy company gets power from sides A and B of solar panels. Another ‘b,’ the element boron, maximizes efficiency.
The Jerusalem-based company that invented the Wind Tulip unveils a device to create hydroelectricity inside municipal water pipes.
An Israeli water heater gathers sun like bees gather honey, retaining enough heat to warm more than just dishwater.
Israel’s Panoramic Power offers an award-winning system for property managers to monitor and control energy use to the last amp.