Tuesday, August 20, 2013


TEL AVIV, NOVEMBER 12-13, 2013

The First Annual Conference
Israel has set an ambitious goal: reduce its use of oil for transportation by 60% in less than 20 years.  Hosted by the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office and Bloomberg, the Fuel Choices Summit will explore the challenges, opportunities, and implications of this effort.  This gathering of finance, government and business leaders will examine Israel’s role as a center for research and innovation in fuel choices. Participants will discuss how new investments, global coalitions and policy decisions will play out in the region and around the world.
The $1 Million Prize
As part of the conference, the Eric and Sheila Samson Prime Minister’s Prize for Innovation in Alternative Fuels for Transportation will be awarded for global innovation or a scientific or technological breakthrough in the field of alternative fuels for transportation.  This $1 million annual award will be comparable to the Nobel Prize for energy research.
For more information, visit http://www.bloomberglink.com/event/fuelchoices/
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will speak about Israel’s vision and meet the winner of the first annual one million dollar Samson prize for innovation in the field of alternative fuels.
Take part in the event and debate the future of the fuels mix – and the businesses that will create and distribute them.
Confirmed Speakers Include:
v  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
v  Former Governor of Hawaii, Linda Lingle
v  Former Governor of New Mexico, Bill Richardson
v  Nobel Laureate in Physics, Professor Carol Rubbia
v  Former Vice Governor of China’s Shanxi Province, Peng Zhigui
v  IAGS Co-Director, Dr. Gal Luft
v  Former Secretary of California’s EPA, Terry Timminen
To apply for an invitation to this by-invitation-only please contact info@iags.org

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