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Israel Small Wind FIT Update

June 8, 2015,   by Erez Hessayon

The current FIT (although due to change later this month) is 1.48 NIS per kWh for turbines up to 15 kW (rated at 9 m/s) and 1.18 NIS for turbines up to 50 kW.[more]

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Jerusalem Post: Cooperative Wind Plants in the Golan Heights to use Feed-in Tariffs

August 24, 2011,  

One of the main problem in the past was that there was no feed-in tariff,” Yavetz said. “Now the policy is there and we hope the regulations will be published.”. . “We gave the settlements the option...

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Israel, Bidding, and Feed-in Tariffs

July 26, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

  The following is from an email from Or Pearl to Ruth Rabinowitz, member of the South African parliament for the Inkatha Freedom Party. Pearl is the First Secretary for Trade and Economic Affairs...[more]

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Jerusalem Post: New Israeli Feed-in Tariffs-

July 18, 2011,  

According to the government plan, small, medium and large entrepreneurs will be permitted to sell energy produced from the sun, wind and biogas to the Israel Electric Company at a subsidized “feed-in...

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Jerusalem Post: Israel Revising Tariffs

June 12, 2011,   by ZIV HELLMAN

Essentially, the Treasury has frozen all new licenses for large solar fields pending a Public Utility Authority review of tariffs paid for solar energy, seeking to reduce the tariff to 40 agorot per...

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Israel Offers a Too-Low Rate For (Small) Wind Feed-in Tariff

January 4, 2011,   by Susan Kraemer

Israel’s Public Utility Authority posted on Monday for public comment its revised proposal for feed-in tariff rates that the government will pay for the output of small wind turbines up to 50 KW. It...

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Jerusalem Post: Proposed wind farm feed-in tariff open for public comment-

January 3, 2011,   by EHUD ZION WALDOKS

The Public Utility Authority – Electricity (PUA) posted on Monday for public comment the proposed feed-in tariff for wind farms. Wind farms connected to the distribution network would receive NIS...

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More information in Hebrew on Israeli FITs

February 6, 2008,  

Category: Israel FIT

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