Energy & Infrastructure

A dedicated news portal covering energy as it applies to both the business-to-business sector and the general consumer.

How can we preserve the much beloved buildings in Jerusalem?

Opponents of the project ask if Jerusalem Municipality is once again planning and developing a vision of turning a historic building into another tourist project.


This material made of garbage could reduce big events’ carbon footprints

The material in question is UBQ, a thermoplastic made from unsorted waste; and it’ll be used at PLANETech World 2022.

The first direct train between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv (December 21, 2019).

New Jerusalem-Tel Aviv night line to open in September

The new hourly night line is set to be active from Saturday to Wednesday and will be a direct line between Tel Aviv and Israel's capital, except for a stop at Ben-Gurion Airport.

Israel's big secret: Cost, culprit of bad Jerusalem street renovation

The Jerusalem Talpiot-Arnona-Baka project was bad and totally unacceptable - how much it cost and who was responsible are Israel's biggest secrets.


Israeli agrotech company acquires the Chilean company ‘Hidrotop’ for $3.5 million

Hidtrotop aims to optimize water usage, implement irrigation in rainfed areas and implement high-end technologies in rural areas in South America.

Jerusalem: One big construction site - in pictures

Politicos expect the construction to magically be wrapped up in time for Lion’s reelection bid in October 2023. All Jerusalem’s long-suffering residents can do is watch and wait.


Transportation Ministry moves to the cloud to reduce traffic and pollution

The ministry’s transition to the AWS cloud will enable greater analytics processing and could speed things up along Israel’s busy highways.

Cars drive behind a truck transporting a Zim container just outside Israel's port of Ashdod February

ZIM shipping nets profit of $1.34b. in second quarter

The company’s CEO said that it had reported its "best ever" first-half results.

Jordan Valley

Israel, PA partner to transport water to Palestinian farmers in the Jordan Valley

The 30 km. pipeline, approved after four years of planning, will carry 2.5–3.5 million cubic meters a year to farmers in the Jordan Valley • "Water is a precious resource – but not as rare as trust"

Solar systems sales surge in Israel amid electricity price concerns

According to data from the Enerpoint company, in the first half of 2022 there was a 12% increase in the installation of solar systems using photovoltaic technology.

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