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  • American Wind Energy Association (AWEA)
    Outgoing url: http://www.awea.org

    The AWEA website strives to provide information on all facets of the wind industry, from small wind for individuals to large wind farm development.

  • Arava Institute for Environmental Studies

    Regional center for environmental leadership offering an interdisciplinary graduate/undergraduate environmental program for Middle Eastern and international students.

  • Center for Carbon-free Power Integration, University of Delaware

    The Center for Carbon-free Power Integration (CCPI) at the University of Delaware (UD) fosters interdisciplinary and collaborative scientific research; engages decision makers, industry and civil society and acts as an “honest broker” among them; and enhances the education of the present generation of students with the goal of facilitating the transition to power generation using carbon-free geophysical flows. These power sources include surface wind, geostrophic winds, and ocean currents.

  • Central Bureau of Statistics

    Central Bureau of Statistics – (engl.)

  • DSIRE Database
    Outgoing url: http://www.dsireusa.org/

    Established in 1995, the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE) is an ongoing project of the North Carolina Solar Center and the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC), Inc. It is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), primarily through the Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis (PBA). The site is administered by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), which is operated for DOE by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC.

  • econet china

    econet china is an information, networking and marketing platform for building, energy and environment in China. Its goal is to position German sustainability companies even better on the Chinese market. Interested companies are provided with market intelligence, and are actively supported in their market entry, partner search and market research.

  • EcoSeed
    Outgoing url: http://www.ecoseed.org/

    Ecoseed, the Information Bridge to Tomorrow's Economy.

    We are a leading source for global green news, finance, and other resources in delivering green and renewable energy to mainstream business.

    The green sector has grown in recent years from the foundations of advocacy into a cornerstone of the world economy. Sustainable development continues to transform from an ideology into a necessity. Business conducted in the green marketplace is expected to continue growing exponentially.

    Ecoseed's mission is to provide global, complete, innovative, and up to date news, information, resources, and opportunities, catalyst to incorporate environmental awareness and responsibility into lifestyle, and in business practices. This world-wide platform is the place to find the latest and most relevant in-depth news and data covering the entire spectrum of the renewable energy industry and the low-carbon sector.

  • Greentech Media

    Greentech Media (GTM) is devoted to covering emerging green and clean technologies. As renewable energy becomes an increasingly large sector, the business community needs a source with up-to-the-minute news on solar, smart grid, enterprise energy solutions, wind energy, electric vehicles, biofuels, water, batteries and storage, finance and VC, and policy throughout the sectors.

  • Israel Cleantech Ventures

    srael Cleantech Ventures was established in 2006 to provide value added growth capital to exceptional entrepreneurs building Israel's energy, water and environmental technology leaders.

    ICV's investment professionals combine industry expertise gained through decades in senior management positions at Israel's standout cleantech companies, with proven abilities making, building and exiting investments in VC-backed companies.

  • Israel Ministry of Environmental Protection

    Until 1973, responsibility for the environment was divided among several ministries in Israel. Within a year of the Stockholm Conference, the government established the Environmental Protection Service as a first step in the creation of a comprehensive and modern environmental administration in Israel. In December 1988, a Ministry of the Environment was established in Israel. This proved a landmark in Israel's environmental development and in the government's determination to tackle environmental issues.

    In its decision number 193 of June 25, 2006, the Israel government endorsed the request of the Minister of the Environment to change the name of the Ministry of the Environment to the Ministry of Environmental Protection. Minister Gideon Ezra explained the rationale for his request as follows: "The change in name better reflects our current perception of the ministry's aims. The environment in Israel needs protection and we do this day by day, hour by hour."

    As of June 25, 2006, wherever and whenever the name Ministry of the Environment appears on the website, the intended reference is to the Ministry of Environmental Protection. The logo of the ministry has also been changed to reflect the change in name. Both logos appear on the website and both are valid.

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