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8 of 61 WEF’s Technology Pioneers are Israeli

Eight Israeli startups are on the World Economic Forum’s 2018 list of 61 Technology Pioneers. They include Innoviz (see here), Precognize (see here), Vayyar (see here), Aqua Security, Raycatch, XM Cyber, Utilis (see here) and Water-Gen (see here). https://www.israel21c.org/8-israeli-firms-named-world-economic-forum-tech-pioneers/ https://www.aquasec.com/ … Continue reading

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US EPA wants water from the air

I’ve reported previously (see here) on Israel’s Water-Gen that captures humidity to make drinking water. Now the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has signed an agreement with Water-Gen to improve “access to potable water during shortages or contamination events.” http://nocamels.com/2018/03/us-environmental-protection-agency-inks-deal-with-israeli-water-tech-startup-water-gen/ … Continue reading

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Generating water in India

Israel’s Water-Gen is launching a water generation pilot with India’s Tata. A joint entity in India will oversee local manufacture and installment of mid-size AWG (Atmospheric Water Generators) GEN-350G units. http://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3730063,00.html

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Israeli world-saving water technology

Watch this new video from Israel’s WATEC highlighting experts from Canada, China and the Czech Republic, extol the virtues of Israeli water technologies.  Examples featured are Water-Gen (water from the air) and Kando (wastewater treatment). https://www.youtube.com/embed/noIm_f9tYnA?rel=0

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Israeli food technologies

This new short video could have summarized my latest blog “Harvest for the World”. It features three Israeli companies previously featured in my newsletters – Water-Gen (water from air), Genie (one-minute kitchen) and Evogene (high-yield, resistant crops). https://www.youtube.com/embed/PRKw8Mt101U?rel=0

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UN chief sees Israeli innovation

During his visit to Israel, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres was shown Israeli technological innovation in the fields of water, energy and malaria tests. These included Water-Gen, Aqwise, Innovation: Africa, HomeBiogas and Sight Diagnostics. (see here, here, here, here and … Continue reading

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Israeli innovation at European Parliament

Israeli “water from air” startup Water-Gen (see here) and cyber security specialist Cymmetria (see here) presented their innovative systems at the European Parliament’s ‘Innovation across borders’ conference. Since 1996, 3000+ Israeli projects have been approved by EU programs. http://www.eurojewcong.org/ejc-news/16775-israeli-innovation-celebrated-at-the-european-parliament.html

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Producing water from Miami air

Much was reported about Israel’s Water-Gen, demonstrated by Professor Alan Dershowitz at AIPAC (see Apr 30). Now the Florida suburb of Miami Gardens is partnering with Water-Gen in a pilot project to extract water from airborne humidity and dispense clean … Continue reading

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Pulling water out of the air at AIPAC

Israel’s Water-Gen has been in the limelight recently. Professor Alan Dershowitz presented the company’s GENius device on stage at the AIPAC conference. Water-Gen has just signed agreements with Vietnam and India. http://www.timesofisrael.com/at-aipac-dershowitz-pulls-water-out-of-thin-air/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6397&v=pC42iPppD0I http://www.jpost.com/Business-and-Innovation/Environment/Israeli-start-up-extracting-water-from-air-around-the-world-486500  http://www.timesofisrael.com/extracting-water-from-air-israeli-firm-looks-to-quench-global-thirst

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Making water out of thin-air

The technology of Israel’s Water-Gen (featured here previously) can extract clean water from the ambient air humidity. The technology is now used by the Israeli, British, French and US armies. GENNY, the civilian version, is now used in India, Africa, … Continue reading

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