The Ministry of Transport has announced a tender for the construction of photovoltaic power plants on interchanges under the jurisdiction of Netivei Israel. The state company currently owns more than 5,000 dunams of land that cannot be used for commercial purposes due to lack of access. It was decided to use these areas for the construction of solar power plants.
The first phase will involve equipping 13 nodes with photovoltaic elements, which will produce 85 megawatts of electricity. The selected nodes include Beit Kama, Gedera, Yagur, Neot Hovav, Sarah, Rahat, HaZeitim, Adumim, Shimshon, Shaar HaGai, Dror, Raanana Darom and Yaljulia. Doral Energy will receive a permit for the construction and maintenance of these power plants for 25 years.
Doral Energy is a winner of the tender for the construction of photovoltaic power stations on interchanges under Netivei Israel’s jurisdiction. Netivei Israel currently owns over 5000 dunams of land that cannot be utilized due to lack of accessibility. This land will now be utilized for solar energy production through the construction of photovoltaic power stations. In the first phase, 13 nodes equipped with photovoltaic elements will be constructed and produce 85 megawatts of electricity in total. The selected nodes include Beit Kama, Gedera and others as mentioned above. Doral Energy has been awarded a permit to construct and maintain these power plants for 25 years.
In addition to this announcement by the Ministry