Published On: Tue, Oct 6th, 2015

Could Israel’s solar energy guru win the Nobel Peace Prize?

Yosef Abramowitz’s Rwandan solar field has inspired the Nobel committee – and singer Bono, too

Yosef Abramowitz- Gigawatt Global Co-Founders Yosef Abramowitz (L) and Chaim Motzen (R) with U2’s lead singer Bono at Gigawatt Global’s solar field in Rwanda (Courtesy)


On Friday, a tech project with strong roots in Israel could conceivably snag the country an honor it hasn’t been granted in over 20 years. Among the candidates for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize is solar energy company Gigawatt Global, whose co-founder Yosef Abramowitz told The Times of Israel that he really believes Gigawatt might have a shot at the prize.

Read the full story at Times of Israel, by David Shamah


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