Greenearth Energy (ASX: GER) has received a trade award from Israel's Ministry of Trade and Labour in recognition of the company's outstanding contribution to the forging of international trade links with the country.
The award ceremony was held in Melbourne last night and was attended by Dr Uzi Landau, Minister for National Infrastructure for the State of Israel, Ehud Gonen Israeli trade Commissioner to Australia, and Leon Kempler OAM, National Chairman of the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce.
Total trade between Israel and Australia rose to $715 million in 2010, an 18.7% increase on the previous year, according to official statistics.
Greenearth Energy contributed to this trade through its strategic positioning across the broader renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors and the introduction to Australia of several world class Israeli clean energy technologies.
Managing Director of Greenearth Energy, Mark Miller, said "our diversification strategy to date has been underpinned by the partnerships we have established with Israeli clean technology developers.
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