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Israeli climate technology delegation for COP27 announced

Israel’s climate technology is about to make an appearance at the world’s largest climate conference.

In early November, the United Nations will hold its annual Conference on Climate Change (COP27), which will take place in Sharm e-Sheikh, Egypt, and will be attended by world leaders, industry experts and various delegations from participating countries. The presence of an Israeli business delegation made up of 10 leading start-ups in Israel’s climate technology market was officially announced during the PlanTech World 2022 climate technology conference held on Wednesday in Tel Aviv.

The selected start-ups will highlight Israel’s influence in the region. The selected companies offer a wide range of solutions to problems related to: Climate change, such as hydrogen fuel solutions, dairy production without cows, agricultural technology, meteorology, conservation of species at risk, plastic alternatives, composting and supply chain optimization.

Who is part of the delegation?

The start-ups selected to participate in COP27 in the Israeli climate technology delegation are H2Pro, GenCell, Remilk, Aleph Farms, Groundwork BioAg, Tomorrow.io, Beewise, UBQ Materials, HomeBiogas and Wiliot. in the conference, The delegation will showcase its products at an Israeli booth during the open event.

“The 10 winners, each a pioneer in their own right, are the strongest evidence of Israel’s potential leadership in the climate technology industry,” said Dror Bin, director general of the Israel Innovation Authority. He said that while Israel certainly has the potential to take the lead in climate technology development, there are some obstacles that stand in the country’s way to head the pack.

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Energy Minister Karine Elharer meet Bill Gates during the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow on November 2(Credit: CHAIM TZACH/GPO)

,There are currently not enough investment institutions in Israel specializing in Climate technology, specifically, venture capital investors who can support and facilitate the business success of climate technology companies. Israel’s environmental policy is also not advanced enough, which makes it difficult to create a comparative advantage in the country,” Bin says.

Despite these challenges, Bin is confident that the country of start-ups can succeed.

“In recent years, climate technology has become one of the hottest areas in the Israeli tech industry, attracting entrepreneurs, investors and corporations who want to contribute to the fight against the climate crisis,” he said. “I believe the combination of Israel’s public, private and academic sectors will transform the Israeli tech industry into a world leader in climate technology innovation.”

Delegation announced at PlanTech World 2022, The first World Conference on Climate Technology will be held in Israel. The event took place at Tel Aviv’s Rabin Center and brought together 1,500 participants, investors, community figures and experts—including the Minister of Environmental Protection, Tamar Zandberg—to meet with a hundred emerging companies in the technology sector environment.

Uriel Klar, Director of PlanTech, said: “The delegation we are sending is at the forefront of Israel’s innovation and progress in tackling the climate crisis. We are confident that we will provide effective and effective support for companies participating in the UN conference. be able to offer real solutions and thereby put an end to the threats threatening humanity.

UN interest in Israel’s climate technology

In December 2021, a delegation of ambassadors from 11 countries to the United Nations visited Israel to examine Israeli innovation technology focused on climate and sustainability solutions. The delegation visited the headquarters of start-up Nation Central in Tel Aviv to learn about the strength of the Israeli innovation ecosystem and how it is addressing the Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations.

“One of my main goals at the United Nations is to highlight how Israeli innovation is helping people around the world,” said Gilad Erdan, Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, who heads the visiting delegation. “After spending a week in Israel, IThose ambassadors have been able to attest to the new spirit prevailing throughout the city. I am sure he will be a strong supporter of partnering with Israeli companies in the United Nations and in their home countries in the future.

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