Renewable Energy 2010

Scientific Office of the French Embassy organizes:

First French-Israeli Conference on Renewable Energy

on the 10th and 11th November 2010, Tel Aviv Dan Panorama

Our partners: Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology, Israeli Ministry of National Infrsctructures, ADEME, CNRS, Weizmann Institute, CEA

Presentations are availablehere.

In presence of:
His Excellency Mr Daniel Hershkowitz, Israeli Minister of Science and Technology
His Excellency Mr Christophe Bigot, French Ambassador in Israel
Member Knesset Mr Meir Shitrit

The first version of the Program is available here : RENEWABLE ENERGIES final program 10 11 november 2010 Dan Panorama Tel Aviv


Renewable energy comes from the sun (solar, wind, hydraulic, biomass), the earth (geothermal heat) and the moon (tides). Fossil energies are the one we daily use but they are limited and polluting. Furthermore, renewable energy is endless. It respects the environment and is compatible with a sustainable development.

The Scientific Office of the French Embassy organizes the first French-Israeli Conference on Renewable Energy in partnership with the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), the Israeli Ministry of National Infrastructure, the ADEME (The French Environment and Energy Management Agency), the CNRS and the Weizmann Institute. This meeting will gather French and Israeli researchers on the topics of photovoltaic and thermal solar, biofuel and energy storage.

One of the six projects of the Mediterranean Union is the Mediterranean Solar Plan whose goal is to develop renewable energies in the Mediterranean area with a focus on solar energy. Both countries will benefit from synergies in the field of renewable energies.

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