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Doral Energy, EV Motors to set up charging stations in Israel

The stations will be set up across the country and will allow private vehicles, trucks and buses to recharge their vehicles with renewable energy.

Electricity controversy addresses only part of elephant in room

INTERNAL AFFAIRS: Controversy surrounded a bill that passed enabling thousands of illegally constructed homes in Arab-Israeli communities to be hooked up to the electricity grid.

Coalition defies legal authority on controversial electricity bill

Ra'am MK to opposition: "Did you think we Arabs would commit suicide in the sea or live in tents?"


Government set to pass electricity bill into law Monday

The coalition is also facing a challenge over the decision of Agriculture Minister to remove taxes on imported fruit.


Traklin Electricity names new CEO

In his most recent role, Dagan ran the Yellow store chain for 12 years and was a significant factor in making the chain the leading convenience store chain in Israel.

Israeli researchers create electrical currents from seaweed

The team was able to create currents 1,000 times greater than those from cyanobacteria, not far from the level of those obtained from standard solar cells.

Azerbaijan unveils total renewable power generation capacity

Azerbaijani Energy Minister Parviz Shahbazov stressed that clean electricity will be produced in the country, as well as the volume of carbon emissions will be reduced to a minimum.

By Khagan Isayev/Trend News Agency/TNS

Controversial illegal electricity law advances

A bill allowing thousands of illegally built homes to be connected to the national power grid passed the Knesset Interior Committee after raising controversy.


Lebanon, Syria and Jordan agree electricity transfer deal

The World Bank will finance the granting of a loan to import and transport electricity to Lebanon from Syria and Jordan.

An empty Knesset Plenum

Israel's coalition passes Ra'am's controversial electric bill

The Ministerial Committee on Legislation rejected a bill on Sunday that would have established a national day of mourning to commemorate the victims of the 1956 Kfar Kassem massacre.

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