Mekorot has recently signed a series of agreements in Argentina, with the aim of building comprehensive master plans for the water sector which has suffered from climate change.
Most of the country’s tap water now comes from desalination plants rather than the Kinneret, but the Sea of Galilee still has an important role as an emergency reservoir.
The signing took place during the Global Investment Forum 2022.
Mekorot representative, headed by Chairman Yitzhak Aharonovich and CEO Amit Lang, will present technologies developed by the company in the water supply and smart energy utilization.
Mekorot is attending the conference as part of the official delegation of the Government of Israel and the Export Institute.
Water security will be a topic at this year's Global Investment Forum in Marrakech
After six years of work and an investment of approximately NIS 2.5 billion: Mekorot inaugurated the new water transmission system for Jerusalem
Second quarter profits were NIS 65 million, an increase of 23% compared with a net profit of NIS 53 million in the second quarter of 2021.
Mekorot is responsible for the Israeli water sector, using advanced technologies that attract the attention of water corporations and organizations from around the world.
Haryana's state government is working on renovating 18,000 ponds, creating sewage treatment plants, and promoting drip irrigation in agriculture.