Please click here to see the web page with all the presentations that were delivered at the function
As a result of Israel’s continuous need to overcome a scarcity of natural resources, particularly water, and benefiting from close cooperation between government, scientists, consultants, and farmers, Israel has emerged as a significant global innovator of cutting edge cleantech technologies and a worldwide model for the efficient use of water and energy.
The Israel Trade Commission (ITC) and the Australia Israel Chamber of Commerce (AICC) together with the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) would like to invite you to the upcoming Green Buildings event. The event will be a catered breakfast seminar which will allow you the unique chance to meet some of the leading Israeli Cleantech companies involved in the emerging Green Buildings sector. Attendance is free however places are strictly limited so please confirm your attendance so as not to miss out.
Date: 23rd March 2011
Time: 08:00 – 09:30
Venue: Hilton Hotel, Sydney
Address: 488 George Street, Sydney, NSW (click for map)
Many efficiency related technologies evolved from pioneering research and development efforts of Israel’s high-tech and military sectors. As cleantech grows to become a more prominent sector locally and globally, Israel’s entrepreneurs will increasingly harness agriculture, high-tech and other cross-over technology to increase efficiency across a wide spectrum of industries, and continue to place Israel as the world leader in Clean Technology.
The Green Buildings function will be a key Industry event and will feature Robin Mellon, the GBCA’s Executive Director in charge of Advocacy and International Projects, as the keynote speaker, as well as Krishnan Nair from Nubian Water Systems. The event will exhibit leading technologies developed in Israel for the Green Building industry such as:
- PolyAir – reflective insulation (reflectiveinsulation.com.au)
- Chromogen – solar hot water (www.chromagen.com.au)
- BalTech – energy efficiency for water cool chillers (http://balltech.com.au)
- Amiad – water filtration (www.amiad.com.au)
- Netafim – efficient irrigation (www.netafim.com.au)
- Odis – water filtration ( www.odisfiltering.com)
As well as featuring several other Israeli Cleantech companies:
This event is complimentary but places are limited so please RSVP to guarantee your place.
For more information or to RSVP, please contact Josh on (02) 9388 0382 or email@example.com