Today’s episode is all about the ecosystem that creates the T in SPELT (Structure, Pricing, Education, Legislation & Technology) – the Israeli model for water sustainability.
This model enables the country to consume twice the amount of water nature bestows on it annually.
The technological solutions that enable this are not based purely on engineering and scientific advancements. It is the outcome of societal characteristics, commercial facts, and prestige – on top of the basics of technological developments.
Oded Distel – Head of Israel NewTech Elad Frenkel – CEO, Aqwise; Chairman, Water Committee, Israeli Export Institute Eli Perets – CEO, Utilis Dana Hubner – Business Development Manager, WFI Group Ari Goldfarb – Founder & CEO, Kando
Follow these links to learn more: WATEC 2019 Israel NewTech
———– Music credits
Dreamer Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Waterline theme by Nir Sayag
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Today – an episode-long prologue. Before we consider the role technology plays in the SPELT model (Structure, Pricing, Education, Legislation & Technology) – the Israeli model for water sustainability – let us first meet three companies and their unique technologies and methods. Eli Perets – CEO, Utilis Dana Hubner – Business Development Manager, WFI Group Ari Goldfarb – Founder & CEO, Kando