Future of the Environment

How to make cleantech start-ups a success in MENA

A general view of the Solar Energy Development Center (SEDC) is seen in Rotem Industrial Park near the southern town of Dimona June 12, 2008. Energy Company BrightSource Energy, Inc said it will open a solar "power tower" in Israel this week to test new technology it will use when building power plants next year in California. Picture taken June 12, 2008. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL) - RTX6UMG

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Jamil Wyne
Founder , Climate Tech Bootcamp
William Altman
Technology industry analyst, CB Insights
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