Israel Cleantech Ventures

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Industry Venture capital
Founded 2006
Headquarters Ramat HaSharon, Israel
Number of locations

Israel Cleantech Ventures (ICV) is a venture capital firm which was founded in 2006 by Glen Schwaber, Jack Levy, and Meir Ukeles. ICV partners with entrepreneurs using technology and business model innovation to transform markets in a resource-constrained world. ICV currently manages two funds and its investment team helps entrepreneurs turn their companies into market leaders.

Portfolio companies[edit]

  • AcousticEye — Tube and pipe inspection for petrochemical, oil and gas, and power generation facilities. AcousticEye company page
  • Aqwise — Waste water treatment solutions for industrial and municipal customers. Aqwise company page
  • CellEra — Low-cost, platinum-free fuel cells for backup and primary power. CellEra website
  • Emefcy — Energy efficient waste water treatment for municipal and industrial plants. Emefcy company site
  • Freightos — Software for instantaneous quotes of efficient multi-mode transport routes for international shippers. Freightos website
  • FRX Polymers — Halogen-free, inherently flame retardant plastics. FRX website
  • Grid4C — Predictive energy analytics software for utilities. Grid4C website
  • Gro Intelligence — Gro Intelligence deciphers data through computational and visualization tools that enable global food security. Gro website
  • Nova-Lumos — Pay-as-you-go residential solar power for off-grid consumers in developing countries. Nova-Lumos website
  • Panoramic Power — Cloud-based analytics for businesses to optimize energy consumption and operational efficiency. Panoramic Power website
  • Scodix — High-quality, environmentally friendly digital print enhancement solutions for the graphic arts industry. Scodix website
  • Tigo Energy — Smart modules for the solar industry. Tigo Energy website
  • Vayyar — Safe, mobile, low cost, high resolution 3D imaging sensors. Vayyar website

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