Teralight has launched a 250MW solar project in Israel. The Ta’anakh development will be located in the southern Jezreel Valley and is planned to be operational in 2024. The site was launched in cooperation with the Moshavim movement, with the participation of the Minister of Environmental Protection Idit Silman.
The Ta’anakh project, which is initiated and promoted by Teralight company along with the economic company of the Moshavim movement, is considered a national infrastructure development. It is expected to “significantly contribute” to Israel’s green energy goals as well as boost the local economy. The Ta’anakh solar farm will represent 5.2% of Israel’s green energy capacity and 1.2% of its overall electricity capacity. The launch ceremony was attended by Teralight CEO Rani Lifshitz, company chairman Yonel Cohen and others from Israel’s grid operator and Israel Electric Company.
Credits: renews.biz [Image: Teralight]