Accelerating Cleantech Commercialization in Israel. Green Innovation as Catalyst for Sustainable Development
This policy brief was written in the framework of the fellowship program “Decarbonization Strategies for the 21st Century: German-Israeli Perspectives”, organized and executed by the Israel Public Policy Institute (IPPI), the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS Potsdam) and the Heinrich Böll Stiftung Tel Aviv (HBS Tel Aviv) in partnership with the Israel Innovation Authority, the Israeli Ministry of Environmental Protection, and the Fuel Choices and Smart Mobility Initiative at the Israel Prime Minister's Office. Against the backdrop of the Paris Agreement, the program invited policy professionals from Germany and Israel to explore issues relating to the transition to low-carbon economies, with the aim of fostering increased cooperation and exchange of ideas and knowledge between relevant stakeholders from academia, civil society and the governments of both countries. The opinions expressed in this policy brief are solely that of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of any of the program partners.
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Süsser, D. (2020). Accelerating Cleantech Commercialization in Israel. Green Innovation as Catalyst for Sustainable Development. Policy Paper Series "Decarbonization Strategies in Germany and Israel", 7/2020.