Renewable Research Energy Center to Be Established in Southern ...The Arava Group, initiated by BGU and the Eilat-Elot municipality, recently won a tender from the Israeli Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor to establish and operate a technology center for renewable energy.
CBS News, Dallas Interviews Prof. David Faiman (video)KXTA TV -- In Texas to present his new solar energy technology that is powering a kibbutz in Israel, BGU's Prof. David Faiman speaks with a local CBS news anchor.
A Mission of CaringLeaders Magazine -- Professor Rivka Carmi, M.D., president of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, speaks about the University's groundbreaking research and expertise locally and around the globe.
First U.S.-Israeli Energy Independence Grant Will Focus on ...Dr. Eugene Shwageraus, a researcher from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel, has been awarded a U.S.-Israel Energy Independence Partnership Grant by the U. S.-Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF).
A New Look at the Negev DesertBaltimore Jewish Times -- With 60 percent of the country's land, but only 10 percent of its population, the Negev, with BGU's help, is a place for pioneers and entrepreneurs who want to make their mark.
From Far Beneath the Israeli Desert, Water Sustains a Fertile ...The New York Times--Fish farming in the desert may at first sound like an anomaly, but in Israel over the last decade a scientific hunch has turned into a bustling business.
Something New Under the SunThe world's first solar farm is powered by BGU's groundbreaking photovoltaic solar panels.
ZenithSolar and BGU Professor David Faiman Turn A Kibbutz SolarIsrael 21c -- Powered by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev's Professor David Faiman's solar energy technology, Israeli startup, ZenithSolar, launched the first solar farm at Kibbutz Yavne, making it affordable to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
BGU Technology Used in Israel’s First Solar FarmZenithSolar, an Israeli start-up company, launched its first "solar farm" near Tel Aviv on April 26, based on concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) systems developed by Prof. David Faiman of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU).
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