Posted by The Jerusalem Report on August 14, 2018 02:29:24 The Jerusalem solar energy industry has been booming for a couple of years now.
And for a good reason.
In the past year alone, the Tel Aviv-based firm, TASO, has produced the largest solar array in the country, which is capable of producing electricity at a rate of 500 megawatts, or more than four times the capacity of the average home in Israel.
The company is also a pioneer in the field of smart grid technology, which involves integrating solar power systems with smart meters.
TASOs solar panels can automatically be adjusted to automatically adjust their electricity consumption to meet the needs of the customer, and the company has also introduced the world’s first smart-grid system, which allows the company to automatically calculate and charge customers for their energy use.
But what makes TASOS solar power so unique is that it’s also the first of its kind to be built in the Middle East, which gives it the advantage of being a regional power source.
And that’s what is making the Israeli government so excited.
TAPS solar energy is being built in Israel in collaboration with the Israeli-Arabic companies and institutions in the region.
The project is part of a broader cooperation with TAPS, which has previously installed solar energy installations in the Palestinian territories, Jordan, and Egypt.
The government is hopeful that by tapping into this market, Israel will boost the competitiveness of the Israeli solar industry and help it compete against more developed countries, such as the United States, China, and Russia.
And the government has even offered incentives to the developers.
The program aims to stimulate the Israeli renewable energy industry by offering incentives to companies that make the solar energy system a success.
“The incentives are a way to stimulate solar companies in Israel,” said Yossi Rabin, director of the Department of Economic Development and Trade at the Ministry of Economic Planning and Finance.
“There are already some 200 companies, and we are looking for another 500 to be included in the program, as well as companies that have invested millions in the system.”
For now, the Israeli company has been able to make some of its solar power projects in Israel economically viable, and now it is working on building another large-scale solar energy project.
And it is planning to launch the project in 2019.
For now though, it will not be able to produce the kind of power that it was producing a few years ago.
Israel has had a lot of challenges in the past few years, from the recent outbreak of the coronavirus to the construction of a massive new barrier along the Israeli border with the Gaza Strip.
The cost of solar panels in Israel has been high, but the cost of installing solar power is also high.
“As the cost is rising, so is the number of solar energy projects,” said Rabin.
“And the cost will only go up in the years to come.”
The government expects that in the future, solar energy will become a bigger and bigger part of the country’s energy mix.
“Solar energy will be an important part of our energy mix in the near future,” said Ramon Meir, head of the Solar Energy Industry Research Institute at the University of Haifa.
“We will see more projects in the coming years that will give the country the opportunity to generate a great amount of energy.”
Read more on the Israeli Solar Energy Program: The Israeli solar energy program is a part of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s “Solar Energy Future,” a project aimed at developing a “high-end solar industry” and supporting its expansion.
“A large part of this government is committed to the energy security of the entire country, so we are excited about the new partnership with TASOLO,” said the prime minister.
Read the full story at The Jerusalem Times.
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