Israeli Companies Kept Out of Bid To Build Negev Solar Plant

[The Jerusalem Post] The Ministry of National Infrastructure sought a private tender to build a solar power plant in the southern town of Ashalim Sunday, but no Israeli company has the required experience to offer a bid. There are currently no solar power plants in Israel, rendering all Israeli companies ineligible to apply, unless they join forces with foreign companies.

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