Energy Forum 23: Using wind energy in Israel

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Grossman Gershon, Goldrath Tal. Energy Forum 23: Using wind energy in Israel Haifa Israel: Samuel Neaman Institute, 2011.

Electric power generation by wind turbines is growing increasingly around the world, accounting currently for a significant percentage of the utilization of renewable energies, in both developed and developing countries.
In addition to the benefit resulting from the use of wind energy to the energy economy of Israel – in the field of pollution reduction and limiting the dependence on imported fuel – there is another important matter we can learn from the experience of others, and especially from that of Denmark. With the help of Israeli entrepreneurship and engineering capabilities we could establish here a domestic industry that will create jobs and increase our export.
The Forum participants are in unanimous agreement regarding the need for regulation and its significance within the framework of realizing the wind potential in Israel, and discussed the barriers currently holding back the development of the wind energy market in Israel.


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