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Eilat-Eilot 10th Renewable Energy Conference 2024

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Welcome,

A great catastrophe befalls Israel these days, after Hamas committed atrocities, murdering 1,400 peace-loving Israelis and creating unfathomable chaos in the Middle East, the military and the Home Front Command are deployed to stop the situation from escalating and to rehabilitate normal life.

The Eilat-Eilot Conference on Renewable Energy, which was scheduled for December was postponed, and will take place on February 27–29, 2024, with the aim of continuing to empower the clean energy economy as leverage for regional rehabilitation and development in Israel, the Middle East, and around the world.

Crimes and terrorism contribute to human disasters and to climate disasters around the world, which are becoming more and more frequent and are even expected to further exacerbate the immense damage to human life, the economy, and global stability.

The International Eilat-Eilot Conference was one of the first clean energy events in Israel, held for the first time 16 years ago, and is firmly determined to convene for the tenth time with the same goal – promoting the global transition to clean energy and a low-carbon economy by introducing innovative technologies, bold policies, and significant partnerships that will lead to peace and prosperity for the peoples of the Middle East.
Renewable energy is of paramount humanitarian importance in the world and must be bolstered to reduce our dependence on oil.

The 10th conference emphasizes measures that will allow a higher percentage of clean energies to penetrate the market, such as decentralization, energy storage, macro-grids, and energy independence in times of war and peace.

This goal is an integral part of the global transition to a low-carbon economy that requires distributed and diverse sources of energy production for electricity, transportation, and industry. to succeed, this process must involve the top minds in the worlds of finance, industry, technology, and government.

We invite you to join us in sharing the knowledge and ideas and be part of the conversation about the future of renewable energy as a significant growth engine for Israel and the region at the upcoming Eilat-Eilot Conference.

Defying Terrorism Together

Embrace our Vision and Join Israel and Eilat-Eilot as our Valued Partners

Keynote Speakers

Dror Bin

CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority

Aya Avidor

Chairman of the Board of Directors of Israel Natural Gas Lines Company (INGL)

Galit Cohen

former Director General of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Senior researcher In INSS

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Eilat-Eilot 10th Clean Energy Conference

Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Intiative
Southern Arava, Hevel Eilot, Israel
Phone: +972 8 6371717
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Dror Bin

CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority

Dror Bin is the CEO of the Israel Innovation Authority, an independent public entity that operates for the benefit of the Israeli innovation ecosystem and Israeli economy as a whole. Its role is to nurture and develop Israeli innovation resources, while creating and strengthening the infrastructure and framework needed to support the entire knowledge industry.

Prior to his role at the Authority, Dror served as President and CEO of RAD Data Communications, a leading global telecom network solutions company with hundreds of employees at the company’s headquarters in Tel Aviv, a manufacturing center in Jerusalem and development center in Beer Sheva as well as dozens of corporate branches around the world.

Dror also served in a series of positions for close to a decade at Comverse Technology, the last one as a member of the management team and VP of Global Sales. Following this, Dror served as a venture partner at Carmel Ventures and a chairman at several of its portfolio companies. In addition, Dror served as a partner at Shaldor, a leading management consulting firm in Israel, where he led the development and implementation of business and marketing strategies for major organizations in the financial, consumer, retail, high-tech, banking and other industries.

Dror holds two bachelor’s degrees from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology: one in systems information engineering and the other in industrial management, as well as an MBA from Tel Aviv University.

Aya Avidor

Chairman of the Board of Directors of Israel Natural Gas Lines Company (INGL)

Aya Avidor has a B.A degree in Economics from Tel Aviv University. She has held several executive positions in the corporate world, including Deputy CEO of Nesher Cement Company and CEO of Mashav Energy. Aya has also served as the Chairman of subsidiaries of Mashav Development and a Director of IAI. As a member of INGL’s Board of Directors, she also heads INGL’s Innovation Committee.

Galit Cohen

Head of climate and national security program at the Inss

As Director of the Program on Climate Change at the INSS, Cohen is working to identify and analyze risks and opportunities for Israel’s national security in the field of climate change. In her former position as Director General of the Israel Ministry of Environmental Protection, Cohen served as Israel’s most senior environmental regulator. She has over 20 years of experience in initiating and managing national policy transformations, while implementing her deep understanding of international trends and governmental reforms, environmental and climate technologies, and financial issues. In Israel, she spearheaded performance-driven innovative projects and national partnerships between sectors and agencies, created new markets for green investments, and transformed financial regulations to address climate and environmental risks. On the global level, Cohen has led regulatory forums in international arenas such as the OECD, the UN, regional forums, and China