Israeli Company Wins Global Cleantech Award

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    Israel-based Solaris Synergy is the Best Solar company in the world, according to the Global Cleantech Cluster Association. Solaris has developed a global reputation for its solar energy grids that can float on water, reducing energy production costs, and preventing water loss.

    The GCCA Later Stage Award recognized Solaris for its "utilization of 'industrial' water surfaces in order to reduce the use of land resources, while simultaneously preserving water quantity and quality."

    "Our Top 10 winners are truly the best in class and companies to watch," says Ben Taube, Chairman of the GCCA. "In each category, these companies are making both broad strides in their global industries as well as working closely with their regional cleantech clusters to build sustainable green economies and jobs. We are thrilled to name them the GCCA Global Top 10 for 2011."

    The winners were selected from an original pool of 4,000 companies.
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pl8dfRuR10s]Israeli 2010 Cleantech Open Winner - Solaris Synergy - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    While the other Middle Eastern Sunni/Shia run countries sink deeper and deeper into creating nothing from something.

    Arabian Peninsula wide Western Peace, or nothing imo.
     
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