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Watertheisraeliexperience 123853013787-phpapp01 Watertheisraeliexperience 123853013787-phpapp01 Presentation Transcript

  • Water The Israeli Experience The National Water Program 1 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Country ID Area: 22,000 sqkm Population: ~ 7.0 millions GDP: $161.8 Billion (2007) Main Cities: Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, Haifa, Be’er Sheva Maps: Wikipedia
  • Main Economic Indicators 2004 2005 2006 2007 123.6 131.2 142 161.8 5.2 5.3 5.2 5.3 GDP/Capita (Current Prices) 18,000 18,700 19,900 21,000 GDP/Capita (based on purchasing power parity) 27,289 29,044 30,464 70.65 Exports (goods & services, B$) 52.8 57.9 62.6 70.65 Imports ($ billion) 52.3 57.5 61.7 73.7 Inflation (CPI, %) 1.2 2.4 -0.1 3.4 10.4 9 8.4 7.5 GDP (current prices, B$) GDP Growth Rate (%) Unemployment (%) Sources: Bank of Israel, Ministry of Finance, International Monetary Fund View slide
  • Israel’s Competitive Edge – IMD World Report 2007 Country Rank 1st 2nd 3rd 4th BUSINESS EXPENDITURE ON R&D Israel Sweden Finland Japan TOTAL EXPENDITURE ON R&D AS A PRECENTAGE OF GDP Israel Sweden Finland Japan AVAILABILITY OF QUALIFIED ENGINEERS Israel Singapore India Iceland VENTURE CAPITAL AVAILABILITY U.S.A Israel Denmark Netherlands INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS Iceland Israel Korea Singapore FLEXABILITY & ADAPTABILITY OF THE WORKFORCE Iceland Ireland Israel Hong Kong HIGHER EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENTS Canada Japan Singapore Israel Israel Ranks 21 Out of 125 Countries Source: IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook - 2007 View slide
  • Israel’s Competitive Edge – WEF Report 2006-2007 Country Rank 1st 2nd 3rd 4th AVAILABILITY OF SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS Israel Japan Finland India VENTURE CAPITAL AVAILABILITY U.S.A Israel Netherlands Finland JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE Germany Netherlands Israel New Zealand TECHNOLOGICAL READINESS Sweden Singapore Israel Iceland Switzerland U.S.A U.K Israel QUALITY OF RESEARCH ORGANIZATIONS Israel Ranks 17 Out of 125 Countries “Israel does spectacularly well on those indicators that capture technology innovation, education, human capital and this accounts for the very rapid movement of the Israeli Economy .” (Augusto Lopez-Claros, Chief Economist, World Economic Forum, December 2006) Source: WEF – The Global Competitiveness Report 2006 – 2007
  • Foreign Companies Invested in Israel - Some Examples US • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Microsoft Epix AOL Time Warner Intel IBM Perrigo Cisco Systems GE Healthcare Lucent 3Com Hewlett Packard Stryker Motorola Sun Microsystems Johnson & Johnson Dentsply Kodak Europe • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • British Telecom SAP Philips Medical Alcatel Siemens Cable & Wireless Deutsche Telekom Telecom Italia Generali Nestle L’Oreal Danone Unilever Vilmorin Veolia Ferring MERCK Serono Asia • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Sony Toyo Ink Fuji Honda Sumitomo Trading Nomura Samsung Electronics Daewoo LG Group Hyundai Acer Computers Macronix Winbond Hutchison Telecomm Scigen Jain Irrigation Sun Pharmaceutical
  • Israel Hi-Tech Cluster “Solid” Infrastructure Government Support Experienced 2nd time entrepreneurs Incubators Defense Availability of Technical People & Management Expertise University Computer Science Students Global Hi-tech Companies Existing Technology Infrastructure Leading Academic Institutions & Research Foreign Technology Firms Entrepreneurial Culture Seasoned VC Community “Soft” Infrastructure Source: IVA Corporate R&D Corporate SpinOffs Immigration
  • NASDAQ Non US listed companiesSelected countries 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 e or ap ng Si ce ds an an sl Fr lI al sh ar s M nd rla he et N n pa g Ja on K g on H ia al tr om us gd A in K d te ni U a s ud m nd er la Is B an da m ay a an C C el ra Is Source: NASDAQ (2007) Analysis Invest in Israel
  • Israeli Breakthroughs – Selected Examples “Netafim” was the first to introduce low volume irrigation – impacting irrigation practices around the world Given Imaging – First ingestible video camera used to view the small intestine and diagnose disorders Intel’s Centrino and Pentium 4 microprocessors M System’s Disk on Key and Disk on Chip flash memory GE Healthcare’s portable cardiac ultrasound system The Phillips Brilliance CT Scanner IP Telephony invented by founders of Vocal Tec AOL Instant Messenger ICQ Zip compression technology
  • Water Market – Over View 10 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • The Ice Is Melting 1979 Russia North Pole Alaska ( USA) Greenland Canada 2004 Russia North Pole Alaska ( USA) Greenland Canada National Geographic, 2004 11 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Over half the world’s population who solves severe of water should “The one will face problems be in the next water shortageaward 2 Noble prizes: One for Science 50 years Second for Peace” J.F. Kennedy 12 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • A Significant and Growing Market Global markets’ sizes comparison: Expected growth rates 2004-2008: $600-800B $600-650B $500-600B 7-8% $400-450B $400B $300B $200-250B 10-12% 10- 12% 6-7% $40B Electric Power (E) IT Semi Biotech Cellular Pharma Water Telecom Equipment conductor Med growth rate segments High growth rates segments (utility, basic infrastructure) (desalination, membrane, security) Source: SAM ,GE ,Global water intelligence 13 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Israeli experience 14 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Successful track record in Innovative solutions Source: Mr. Assaf Barnea, London 2006 15 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • National Water Carrier Mekorot’s Water Supply System 1964 2007 16 16 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Israel Water Industry – Noted Strengths Culture of Water saving society awareness, education, mind set Accumulated experience water shortage management, integration of water sources, research Established local industry $1.1B export New water technology companies 70 start up companies, emphasis on water treatment Entrepreneurial nature Capital recruitment platform, reputation, knowledge and experience 17 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Water Saving Society 18 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Israeli Water Technology Highlights The largest desalination plant in the world, located in Ashkelon. Produces a cubic meter of water for about 60 cents. With 75% of the country’s water reused, Israel is the world leader in its percentage of recycled water. (The second largest water recycler is Spain at 12%) Israel’s revolutionary drip and low pressure irrigation systems helped achieve the highest rate of water efficiency in agriculture in the world, at 70-80% 19 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Israel: Already a Fertile Source of Innovative Water Technologies Unique Position Unique Position Global Leadership Water management 20 water reuse Desalination Irrigation STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Background – The Government Decision Governmental Decision number 157 on 18.06.2006 Development of water technology in Israel Israel's position as a global leader for water solutions in the water market industry depends on the recognition of the latent potential that water technology could have on the Israeli economy; and on the importance and centrality that government and private companies have in this market, in Israel and in the exporting industry. It is equally important to examine the methods and the means that different governmental offices can use to support the development of water technology, from the R&D stage to the manufacturing and exporting stages…. 21 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Key Elements of the program Strengthening Human Increasing Encouraging Penetrating R&D Innovation World Capital Activities 22 Market STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Advanced Irrigation Solutions Market Overview: Israeli companies lead the global market with $900m in sales, 40% of total international commerce Market has high-growth levels (10% US -60% China) More than 80% of Israel's irrigation production is exported Israeli Irrigation Control: Irrigation control systems: home and municipal gardening and agricultural purposes Advanced computerization of irrigation systems and sensors 23 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Water Treatment Israeli Water Treatment Market: 27% of Israeli water start-up companies are in the field of water purification and improvement Israeli Specialties in Water Treatment: ultra-violet light bulbs electro-magnetic sensors laser based analyzers UV light combined with bioluminescent bacteria Filters and membranes Spotlight – Desalination: The largest seawater reverse osmosis desalination center in the world at the lowest cost in the world 24 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • Flow Control Israeli Flow Control Market: In 2006, valves and meters accounted for 27% ($243 million) of the total water industry exports, while filters and pipes accounted for 12% of exports ($108 million) Israeli Specialties in Water Treatment: Control Valves Fluid control technology Air Valves Corrosion-resistant material Check Valves Light-weight valves Water meters Tailor-made valves that optimize pressure management 25 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • IDE desalination plant in Ashkelon 26 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • 2007 Highlights 27 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • First Fruits Growth of 28% in water technology exports in 2007 R&D Privatization of the “Kinarot” incubator Water activities in Ashkelon & Sde Boker incubators "Katamon”- cooperation program between Academia and Industry Confirmation of “Magnet” program Investments & Strategic Relations Technology Giants: Siemens, GE, ABB, Dow Chemicals, Jain Irrigation Systems Formation of V.C. for Water Technologies: 10 funds – $250 Million 28 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • First Fruits International Cooperation Setting cooperation framework with the Ministry of Water in China Water Authorities: Beijing, Madrid, Melbourne, Sao Paulo & Buenos Aires Standardization Authorities: India, China and Taiwan WATEC 2007 - 2000 foreign visitors, 90 delegations from all over the world, 23 ministers and VIP’s. Agreement with the Water Commissionership of Mexico 29 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • First Fruits: International Recognition The Independent (S. Africa): Figaro (France): "Israel is a world-leader in Water Desalination” “Israel is the Silicon Valley of Water Technology” H20 (Holland): “Israel – Silicon Valley of Water Technology" 30 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • First Fruits: International Recognition Nacion (Costa Rica): “Israel is a world-leader in Water Technology” CNBC : " Israel is a source for innovation in Water Technologies” 31 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center
  • www.israelnewtech.gov.il oded.distel@moital.gov.il moria.porat@moital.gov.il PHONE: +972-2-6662632 FAX: +972-2-6662638 32 STATE OF ISRAEL Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor | Foreign Trade Administration | Investment Promotion Center