Cabinet approves national plan for solar installations

By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
December 26, 2010 15:47

 
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The cabinet approved on Sunday the national master plan for photovoltaic (PV) solar installations of up to 750 dunams. National Master Plan 10D simplifies the bureaucratic process and also lays out the planning guidelines for receiving licenses.

The cabinet's decision to approve the plan was unsurprising as it has traversed the planning bodies and received the input of nearly every ministry, as solar installations concern the domains of so many ministries. The plan will be in effect for five years.

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