The Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Initiative, the leading body in the field of renewable energy development in Israel, announced that its 2014 Eilat-Eilot Green Energy International Conference and Exhibition will this year again open with its annual EnergyVest Summit.
EnergyVest is a special preconference event for global investors to interact with Israel’s leading renewable energy technology companies. The event will showcase the country’s new alternative and sustainable energy technology companies looking for strategic investments and partnerships and will include presentations from AugWind, Ecoppia, EnVerid Systems, GEM Solar, Green Power Management, Linum Systems, PDP Technologies, RADiFlow, Roadic, Solview, SWICTHY and Tigi Solar.
Investment bankers, heads of strategic investment divisions at large corporations, venture capitalists and angel investors from across the Middle East, North America, Europe and Asia are expected to attend EnergVest.
“We have put together an impressive lineup of Israel’s most promising new renewable and alternative energy technology companies, ” said Noam Ilan, Vice President of Business Development of Capital Nature, and one of the organizers of EnergVest. “We are confident that green energy investors from around the world can find their next big investment opportunities at EnergyVest.”
The event is sponsored by Arava Power Company, Israel’s leading solar developer and a pioneer in mid-size and large-size solar fields using photovoltaic technology, Enlight Renewable Energy, one of the leading Israeli companies in the field of renewable energy specializing in initiating, developing, constructing and operating clean electricity production projects from renewable energy sources, and Shikun & Binui, the leading infrastructure and real estate group in Israel.
EnergVest will be held at the Dan Hotel in Eilat, Israel in the evening of December 7, one day prior to the opening of the Eilat-Eilot Green Energy Conference.
The Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Initiative was established with the mission to develop the field of sustainable energy in Israel, while simultaneously leveraging the southern Arava and Eilat regions to create jobs, establish research facilities, produce clean energy and develop training and academic programs. It has created a technology center for developing innovative and viable renewable energy technologies, which is partially supported by the Office of the Chief Scientist of Israel.
The organization also hosts an annual international youth competition for renewable energy innovation and an international conference on renewable energy, both of which attract participants from all over the world.