Today, 2.8 billion people live in areas without stable water security. According to the American Water Works Association, this could rise up to two-thirds of the population by 2025. More than 150 Israeli companies are focusing their effort in the water technology sector. From irrigation, to water treatment, to desalination, established Israeli companies such as IDE and Netafim, along side start-ups, are taking advantage of Israel’s unique conditions to innovate and transform the WaterTech industry.

See the infographic below to learn more about the industry potential and key Israeli players in the water technology field (click to enlarge):

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Read here to learn more about how Israeli start-ups are impacting WaterTech.

As head of the CleanTech sector at Start-Up Nation Central, Fredrik is a gateway and guide to Israeli excellence in water, energy and waste technologies. Fredrik is a business graduate, with a double master's degree in International Business Management from Stockholm School of Economics and Università Bocconi. Before joining Start-Up Nation Central, Fredrik was an economic affairs trainee within the Swedish foreign ministry at the Swedish embassy in Tel Aviv.

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