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Renewable Energy for Energy Independence in Eilat

The Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Initiative, has been promoting (renewable-energy-eilat.org)Renewable Energy as a spearhead for regional development for the last 4 years. The pioneers began with a vision to develop Israel’s sun drenched desert and Red Sea resort local and established the Initiative to guide the implementation of Israel’s and the worlds first energy independent region. The Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Initiative’s Alternative Energy Project includes various pilot projects in solar energy, energy efficiency, education and more. Its Validation Center helps emerging renewable energy products and systems to test for commercialization and its Technology Center is a superb incubator for encouraging startups with innovative technologies to develop. All of this serves to demonstrate a model for solving the world’s energy crisis by engaging and advancing all necessary social sectors and technologies. The Eilat-Eilot Renewable Energy Initiative focuses them on a the cohesive but multifaceted goal that would create an energy independent region energized by vibrant substantial regional commercial development and business opportunities. Its annual International Renewable Energy Conference in February is a world-renown gathering of energy professionals and policy makers who come to discuss how to make a difference via renewable energy-related solutions.
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This is an objective, accurate, and comprehensive account of the evolution of Pakistan from 1940’s Lahore Resolution to present-day Asif Ali Zardari-led PPP government by renowned Pak journalist and analyst, Najam Sethi. He discusses: (a) original plans for a secular – not Islamic – state to safeguard Indian Muslims’ political and economic rights; (b) the rise of anti-India and anti-Hindu ideology on account of Partition’s bloodshed; (c) formation of a military-mullah alliance in the wake of Kashmir war in 1948; (d) Liaquat Ali Khan’s abandonment of secularism and social development in favor of Islamism and national defense; (e) forging of strong relationship with the United States to feed military’s defense needs; (f) outmaneuvering of inexperienced political elite by entrenched bureaucracy and army; (g) rise of the “national security state” under General Ayub Khan; (h) breakup of Pakistan and creation of Bangladesh on account of Bhutto-Mujib ideological differences; (i) Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s personal quest for leadership of Muslim world via formation of Islamic bloc and nuclear bomb; (j) Bhutto’s disregard for provincial autonomy via actions against Baloch and Pathan/Pashtun nationalist movements; (k) General Zia-ul-Haq’s revival of pro-American “national security state” and comprehensive Islamization to feed Afghan jihad; (l) institutionalization of military-mullah alliance and initiation of proxy war with India over Kashmir under Zia; (m) America’s abandonment of

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3 comments on “Renewable Energy for Energy Independence in Eilat

  • Kibbutz Lotan’s Center for Creative Ecology is one of the education and demonstration centers of the Eilot-Eilat Renewable Energy Initiative. Check out our youtube videos at KibbutzLotan?

  • bless? the people of Israel

  • We have always been befooled by America they used us like any thing and then toss them into the trash, same thing happend with Ziaul haq, US? used us agaainst Russia and when their mission acomplished they left Pakistan and stop all the aids

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