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Israel Plans To Encourage Renewable Energy In Bedouin Communities


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According to Israel’s energy ministry, the country plan’s to encourage renewable energy in the Bedouin communities.


The plan has a budget of 15 million shekels to improve energy facilities in the communities through the promotion of renewable energies, energy savings, and improvement of the electricity infrastructure.

According to the ministry, it found significant potential in solar energy production, storage, and efficiency in Bedouin settlements located in Israel’s southern Negev Desert.

According to the ministry, schools without electricity will have their fuel generators replaced by systems that combine solar energy production and storage to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

It was also stated that the plan will result in significant financial savings for the Bedouin local authorities.

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