Israel to add 2GW of renewables to its grid

Israel to add 2GW of renewables to its grid

An 8.5MWp solar farm from EDF in Israel. Image: EDF.

Israel will add 2GW of renewable energy to its national grid, according to the country’s Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure.

In a statement, the Israeli government said grid congestion is the main barrier to connecting additional renewables, mainly in the north and south of the country. An agreement was reached among multiple parties, such as the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure and the Electricity Authority. After examining some power plants, Israel will be able to add renewable energy facilities to the existing electricity grid in the coming weeks. 

(The above content is reproduced from pv-tech,By Simon Yuen)

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Post time: Sep-12-2023