"This was a really good opportunity for us," Kaddas said, even though no contracts were signed. She said the company is filling out the paperwork needed to sell to the Israeli power company and preparing a price list.
GOED Board Chairman Mel Lavitt said the head of Infinidat, a data storage company, suggested Utah might be a good place for a new manufacturing facility that could bring hundreds of jobs.
"I think that we will see other Israeli companies knocking on our door," Lavitt said.
The governor is expected to lead trade missions to both Great Britain and Brazil in the next year.
Former Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. led a trade mission to Israel in 2009, just before he was named President Barack Obama's U.S. ambassador to China, a post Huntsman later resigned to make an unsuccessful bid for the White House.
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