PowerPlug Ltd, provider of PC Power Management solutions, is now a member of ISEA, an organization dedicated to supporting the growth of a local innovative Smart Energy industry and the adoption of Smart Energy solutions in Israel.
PowerPlug Ltd, provider of PC Power Management solutions, announced today that it has joined the Israeli Smart Energy Association. ISEA strives to bring together innovators from the Smart Energy sector, creating a growing community that will work together to accelerate the adoption of Smart Energy solutions and the growth of the Smart Energy industry in the local sector.
The Israeli Smart Energy Association is a non-profit organization that serves as a national platform, bringing together local and global Smart Energy players and stakeholders. ISEA’s goal is to share knowledge, drive initiatives, and build partnerships through seminars, conferences & events, and by nurturing a strong networking community.
“We are happy to join the growing list of ISEA members,” said Eyal Yechieli, PowerPlug CEO, “we’ve found a strong local community in ISEA and we look forward to taking part in both their local and global Smart Energy initiatives and opportunities.”
In recent years ISEA has taken part in global energy events and conferences in Poland, India, Italy, Bulgaria, the United States, and more, and has offered members access to a growing global ecosystem, including cooperation opportunities with The Chinese-American Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation, UK Energy Innovation Centre, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, and others. In addition, ISEA has lead the creation of the first comprehensive database of Israeli companies in the Energy industry.
About Israeli Smart Energy Association
The Israeli Smart Energy Association is a national association representing government, private entities and NGOs who share a common goal and interest in building and developing smart energy solutions in Israel, focusing on economic growth through a sustainable future. Founding members include The Israel Electric Corporation, IBM, Siemens, and Partner Communications.
Members of the Israeli Smart Energy Association.