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Israel green-lights hundreds of wind turbines

Several more wind energy projects might be coming to Northern Israel following approval from authorities.

Photo: JALAA MAREY/AFP / AFP

On the last day of 2019, Israel's ministers of energy, defense, finance and electricity entered an agreement to approve installation of hundreds of wind turbines.

According to Jerusalem Post, the deal entails that these ministries will invest roughly NIS 250 million (EUR 65 million) in developing technologies to ensure that building the wind farms doesn't have any repercussions for national security.

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