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The city of Tel Aviv is currently the largest solar power producer in Israel, and one of the first to receive its license for a photovoltaic plant.
Tel Aviv’s municipal government has a $40 million grant from the Israeli government for the project, which would include a solar farm, a battery factory and an energy storage system.
The city is building a solar plant that will power the city’s public transportation system, as well as for its private and commercial businesses.
The project is the brainchild of Israeli billionaire and philanthropist Sheldon Schwarz, who is a board member of the International Solar Alliance, an advocacy group of solar power proponents in Israel.
The group has received funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Bank, and the European Commission.
Schwarze is a member of a small group of investors that includes Elon Musk, the Tesla founder, and billionaire hedge fund manager Tom Perkins, as partners.
The Sun Power solar farm is scheduled to be finished by December 2019.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, Schwarzi said the solar farm was a “game changer” for Tel Aviv.
“It was a real game changer, because it’s the first time a municipality has ever built a solar energy system on its own,” he said.
The solar farm would produce around 20 megawatts of power, which is enough to power more than 1,000 homes, Schwartz said.
“We are not building the grid to be a consumer of power,” Schwarzes told Al Jazeera.
“Rather, it is to be an asset in the municipal system, in the electric system.”
Schwarzin said the goal was to develop the system into a full-fledged municipal system with a long-term plan for the solar power.
The plan calls for the power plant to be operated by a company with an engineering degree.
The government hopes the system will be a catalyst for developing the local economy, Schwanzi said.
Schwalz said the project has already received support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and other international organizations.
The Israel Development Fund (IDF), the countrys largest donor, has also given $10 million toward the project.
According to Schwarzel, the project is expected to generate about 10,000 jobs and provide about $100 million in tax revenue for the municipality, and to generate more than $50 million in revenue for local government in Israel’s other large cities.
The system is expected be ready by the end of 2019.
The development of the solar energy project is a “huge opportunity,” said Ben Yossi, a spokesperson for the IDF.
“The Israeli government has been very committed to renewables in the past and now it has been able to show that it is ready to step up its game,” Yossil said.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly made solar power a priority for his government.
“Solar power is the future of our economy and of our country,” Netanyahu said in an address to a meeting of the National Solar Advisory Board in July 2018.
“This will transform our economy, transform our energy system, transform the quality of life and we will have the cleanest energy system in the world.”
Solar power is an inexpensive source of power for many Israelis, who rely on the cheap electricity it produces.
Solar energy can be a major driver of energy independence for many people, and it can help to solve many of the country’s energy problems.
Israel has the highest per capita solar energy use in the region, with the average Israeli using 5,700 kilowatt hours of solar energy per year.
“When I was born in the 1940s, solar was only around 20 percent of our energy use,” said Yossit.
“Now it is over 80 percent.
So, for us, the solar is the only source of energy, and this will change the lives of the people of Israel.”
According to Yossig, Israel’s solar energy industry is growing at a rapid rate.
According in 2018 to Israel’s Ministry of Economy and Trade, solar power is projected to generate $8.3 billion in the country.
The country is expected by 2020 to generate nearly $2.2 billion in total economic activity, with more than 100,000 solar installations in Israel currently operating.
Solar power accounts for over a quarter of Israel’s total electricity generation, which comes in the form of electricity generated from renewable sources.
Israel’s government has long sought to create a renewable energy economy, and has pledged to invest in the development of solar technology in order to increase its economic competitiveness and to lower the cost of electricity.
Last month, the government announced plans to create solar parks, solar-powered factories, and solar farms, among other measures.
Israel is the first country in the Middle East and North Africa to launch an energy policy specifically designed to make solar power economically viable and affordable.