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Investing in Israeli startups

Hippo raised $150 million; Gett raised $76 million; Taranis raised $30 million; GoTo Global (formerly Car2Go) raised $19 million; XM Cyber raised $17 million; Belkin Laser raised $12.2 million; RealView Imaging raised $10 million; Epsagon raised $10 million; CIM Group … Continue reading

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Cleaning solar panels in India

Israel-based Ecoppia is building a plant in India to manufacture its robotic solar cleaners at a new, state-of-the-art facility near Chennai.  Ecoppia’s robotic cleaning system uses controlled air flow to push the accumulated dirt off the solar panels http://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-solar-panel-robot-cleaners-outsourced-to-india/

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Clean solar energy

One of the many Israeli companies exhibiting at the COP 21 Climate Conference in Paris was Ecoppia with its smart, robotic, water-free solar panel cleaning system. http://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-robot-cleaning-system-promises-brighter-future-for-solar-power/

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Award for solar panel cleaning robot

Israeli start-up Ecoppia was selected to Red Herring’s Top 100 Europe List. Red Herring selects start-ups they predict will “grow at an explosive rate”. Also, solar industry publication PV Magazine ranked Ecoppia 15th in their list of “50 Array-Changing Technologies.” … Continue reading

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Cleaning 5 million solar panels a month

Israel’s Ecoppia has installed its robotic solar panel cleaning system on 5 more solar farms in Israel’s south. The system is now cleaning 5 million solar panels each month, that generate 35MW of energy. Desert dust can reduce solar panel … Continue reading

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Israel’s solar-panel dry-cleaning robots

(Thanks to Nevet – www.broadview.org) A comprehensive report about the robots, built by Israeli startup Ecoppia. They clean solar panels in the desert (without water) to keep them in the most efficient condition. https://gigaom.com/2014/11/25/this-israeli-startup-makes-robots-that-dry-clean-solar-panels/

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The first robot-cleaned solar park

Every night, nearly 100 water-free, energy-independent robots from Israel’s Ecoppia clean the panels at the Ketura Sun solar energy farm in Israel’s Negev desert. They prevent soiling of the panels, which previously reduced energy production by up to 35%. http://israelnewtech.com/2014/03/ecoppia-announces-worlds-first-completely-autonomously-cleaned-solar-energy-park/

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