Solar Energy Project Enters Farm Phasegeekheeb--ZenithSolar���s electric-thermal hybrid solar power system���based on technology developed by BGU's Prof. David Faiman���will be launched at Kibbutz Kvutzat Yavne in April. AABGU arranged a sneak preview.
ZenithSolar to Dedicate First Solar Energy Farm in IsraelGreen Prophet-- ZenithSolar, an Israeli start-up company, will be launching its first ﾊﾗﾓsolar farmﾊﾗﾝ in April 2009 based on technology developed by BGU's Professor David Faiman.
BGU Buildings Garner Prestigious Architectural AwardsTwo buildings at BGU, designed by Raquel Vert of Los Angeles-based Vert Architects, were awarded first prize in two different categories in the “Best Project of the Year 2008/9 Competition."
BGU Researchers Develop “Green Window” TechnologyBGU researchers have developed a new, highly energy-efficient window technology, featuring two reversible panes that will save energy in homes and office buildings all year.
BGU and Primafuel Announce Exclusive Licensing Agreement for ...BGU, a world leader in algae production commercialization, has announced a multi-million dollar technology-licensing and development agreement with Primafuel, Inc., a California-based company that develops renewable fuels.
Looking for Freshwater SolutionsThe Media Line -- BGU's Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research is helping to solve Israel's water shortage. Zuckerberg was recently selected to be Israel's national center for advanced water technologies, acting as a bridge between academia and entrepreneurs.
BGU Professor’s Solar Panels Are Paving the Way to a Bright ...BGU Professor David Faiman has developed solar panels that might be the answer to global solar energy problems.
Ben-Gurion University and Rutgers University Weigh Solar ...New Jersey Jewish News --Prof. David Faiman, chair of BGU's Department of Solar Energy and Environmental Physics and director of Israel's National Solar Energy Center, discusses possible collaboration with Rutgers University.
Higher Education Down South (BGU’s Eilat Campus)Jerusalem Post--Since its earliest days, Eilat, Israel's sunniest city, has been famous as a paradise for tourists. But now that BGU's new extension campus is up and running, Eilat is also about to become a thriving academic center.
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