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In this new series of articles, we will look at Jerusalem’s continuous construction attempts, through real estate and public projects.
Mekorot, the national water company of Israel, completed the institutional stage of raising tradable bonds.
An experiment will begin improve WiFi and cellular reception on Israeli trains, but no start date or timetable has been announced.
GenCell Energy's new system, synthesizing green ammonia solely from water, sunlight, and air, promises to redefine the production and consumption of clean energy globally.
While the North African nation has been critical of Israel in recent months, this move could be seen as a way of continuing business relations via British proxy.
Housed beneath the asphalt, Electreon’s technology charges vehicles wirelessly as they drive or park above.
The Israeli hotel chain will purchase up to 75% of its electricity from Electra Power in a 10-year deal valued between NIS 300-350 million.
There are growing signs that Jerusalemites are no longer ready to accept the construction of 30-story and even 46-story towers throughout the city.
Mekorot has shown strong results for the third quarter and in general. Operating profit increased by NIS 200 million' says Mekorot CEO Amit Lang.
Bazan has proven once again to be the cornerstone of the country's fuel supply.