Arutz Sheva visited CleanTech 2012, the largest exhibition of water technology, infrastructure and environment in Israel.
The international exhibition took place in Tel Aviv on Tuesday and Wednesday for the 16th consecutive year. It is the most important professional meeting in these areas in Israel.
Among the attendees of the exhibition were experts from Japan who are tasked with rebuilding the area of the country that was hit by an earthquake and tsunami last year. The experts, who came to learn about Israeli technology, said they were very impressed with the Israeli innovations they saw.
According to David Mohr of the Mashov Group which organizes the CleanTech exhibition, “This year we’ve seen many visitors from abroad, coming from countries either from around the Mediterranean but also from further away like Japan, Taiwan and China. [They come] as visitors, not only as exhibitors, looking for new technologies and new innovations as a focal point of international business.”