Israel’s Ministry of Trade and Ministry of Foreign Affairs will participate in this year’s Florida Farm to Fuel Summit

The Consulate General of Israel and the Ministry of  Industry, Trade and Labor’s Economic office for the Southeast will be part of this years Florida Farm to Fuel summit.

Farm to Fuel will be held on July 29-31, 2009 at the Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, FL.

The summit is Florida’s Premier Renewable Energy Event and will include hundreds of guests, and participants from the alternative energy sector.

The Farm to Fuel Summit has established itself as the major gathering place where stakeholders assemble each year to help advance the development of the state’s bioenergy industry.  In July 2009, leaders from the agricultural, government, academic, technology, and financial communities will again gather to report on their activities, consider the next steps forward, and share their progress in reaching the commercial production of biofuels and renewable energy in Florida.

Israel will be highlighting many companies that specialize in biofuels as well as Israeli solar energy, and water technology.

 

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One Response to Israel’s Ministry of Trade and Ministry of Foreign Affairs will participate in this year’s Florida Farm to Fuel Summit

  1. Pingback: Algae Biofuel To Send Astronauts to Space? Israel’s Seambiotic Partners With NASA « Consulate General of Israel to Florida & Puerto Rico

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