SOLAR START-UP SEEKS TO ENERGIZE GAZA BORDER ECONOMY

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Utilight is bringing game-changing laser printing technology to Israel’s periphery
while hi-tech firms the world over look toward China as the ideal destination for locating their manufacturing facilities, one Israeli company is bucking the trend in spectacular fashion.

Looking much closer to home, Yavne-based solar-cell printing technology start-up Utilight is planning to construct two manufacturing plants in Gaza border communities, with the intention of boosting the struggling economy of a region hit hard by recent escalations of violence.

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Led by CEO and chairman Dr. Giora Dishon since its establishment in 2009, Utilight has developed game-changing laser printing technology to manufacture superior, cheaper and lighter solar cells, which improved energy harvesting.

“We didn’t start a company just to make money on a new invention, but also to grow Israeli industry and GDP,” Dishon told The Jerusalem Post.

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