St. Paul, MN
Wednesday, December 03, 2008
"Israel's Cleantech Predicted to Reach Legendary Status" by Minnesota Environmental Expert
For Immediate Release
Contact: Brian H. Davis, 651-308-7141; available for media interviews and other inquiries. firstname.lastname@example.org
"I'm returning to Israel with Minnesota's Trade Mission of business, government and civic leaders, led by Governor Pawlenty. With Israel, a courageous US ally whose people appreciate environmentally savvy Americans, the opportunities for partnership are many," commented Brian H. Davis. He recently attended the Green Economy 2008 Conference in Tel Aviv and held individual meetings with exciting Israeli Cleantech businesses, especially in the water technology and alternative energy areas.
"With over 500 Cleantech start-ups, the potential is clearly there. One well-established favorite is E. P. C. Ltd., whose waste water treatment technologies for small and medium-sized applications are very interesting. Inspecting one of E. P. C. 's hundreds of successful treatment installations in Israel and Europe was a highlight of my trip," according to Davis. Davis is also collaborating with a number of additional businesses.
"Israel's reputation for technological innovation is world class. Voice mail technology, USB-Flash Drives, ingestible pill-sized video cameras and AOL Instant Messenger are a few important Israeli inventions. My environmental law and in-house corporate experience lead me to predict that Israel's Cleantech prowess will also reach legendary status," comments Brian H. Davis.
The Minnesota Trade Delegation leaves for Israel on December 11, 2008. Cleantech is one of many aspects represented by the diverse Delegation.
Brian H. Davis
St. Paul, MN