Expected massive biofuels production in the Arava
The Mexican Bio-fields Company (Biofields.com), which is part of a large concern, arrived in Israel last week and came to Hevel Eilot for a full day's visit. The company representatives were hosted by Regional Council...
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Arava Power Company in the New York Times
On April 20 the prestigious New York Times magazine section published an article about the Arava Power Company with which we have partnered since its establishment. The article tells the story of the establishment of a...
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The fifth president of the State of Israel came to visit our offices here at the Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Company. He heard about our activities from our director Dorit Banet, who explained how we are promoting the...
Tour by Ben-Gurion University Students
On Monday, April 2, a tour was held for master's degree students in the field of science education from the Eilat campus of Ben-Gurion University. The tour began at Kibbutz Neot Smadar, where we saw the Visitors' Center...
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the Bio-fuel Company, together with Kibbutz Yotvata and the Eilat-Eilot Regional Council's Economic Company, are currently in the final stages of launching an enterprise for growing castor oil plants in order to produce...
The Israel Electric Company reinforcing electricity flow in Eilat & the Arava
In order to connect the solar fields which are currently being planned and built in the Arava, the Israel Electric Company has included the upgrading of the Yotvata alternate power station (conduction from the low...
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Approval for new solar fields in the region
Hevel Eilot continues to serve as a role model for the world in leading the way in the field of solar energy. In addition to an experimental solar field of 4.95 MW on Kibbutz Yotvata, the first of its kind in the field...
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Local RE Business Meeting
On March 19, 2012 a meeting was held for all those working in the field of renewable energy in Hevel Eilot. It seems that things are happening in the region, and we are very pleased that 28 people are now making a...
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