News and Articles

On this page you can find news article detailing what’s new in the industry as well articles published by members of the Geoteva team.

Articles written by Geoteva

SER 2021 Presentation

SER 2021 Presentation

A unique methodology based on the natural geomorphology of each site.

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Agri-PV - Full Report (HE)

Attached is the full research study for our Agrivoltaics research project, including methodology and results. The study is published in Hebrew. For a condensed version, you can read the article in English here.

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Marit Master Plan

An Ecological Master Plan in the Northern Arad Valley
Upcoming development of a Bedouin-inhabited region of the Northern Negev Desert, considering ecological and local cultural customs and needs.

 

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Agri-PV (summary)

An experiment to analyze the potential of mixed-land use, by increasing electricity output of solar PV panels via evapotranspiration of agricultural vegetation.

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Roadside Soil Stabilization Employing a Novel Approach to Ancient Nabatean Strategies

Roadside Soil Stabilization Employing a Novel Approach to Ancient Nabatean Strategies

 

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IDE Technologies

As the Environmental Consultants on this project, we at Geoteva would like to congratulate IDE Technologies for winning the bid to build the expansion of the Sorek Desalination Plant!

 

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PV & Extreme Rain Events

Geo Teva Environmental Consultants built a Hydrometric Monitoring Station at the Ashalim PV site. This site will monitor the flow of runoff from the drainage basin in the 50-dunum PV facility throughout the project site.

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Ecology and Planning

Measuring and monitoring biological diversity policy in South District

A poster presented at the 47th annual convention for science and environment

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Birds & Wind Turbines

Bird surveys in wind turbine projects as a tool for studying migration routes

A lecture presented at the 4th Conference on Wind energy and Wildlife impacts 2017 (CWW 2017) in Portugal

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