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Hydroelectricity – dams no longer required!

You don’t have to build dams to get hydroelectricity from water flowing through municipal pipes, says Dr. Daniel Farb, the Los Angeles immigrant who previously shook up the Israeli clean-tech power scene with his Leviathan Energy company’s award-winning Wind Tulip. The ecologically conscious physician recently unveiled his latest brainchild, a turbine that turns excess pressure inside […]

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Water From The Sea: Israel’s Huge Bet On Desalination

Ashkelon, Israel — Abraham Tenne tilts his head upward and takes a gulp of water from a paper cup. But this isn’t your average cup of water. It’s just come directly from the briny Mediterranean Sea. 

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