Israel: incentives for the production of energy from cogeneration installations up to 300 MW coming soon
Market and policy
One of the hot topics at Cogeneration Day Israel was the news of the upcoming introduction of a provision that provides incentives for the production of energy using cogeneration, for a total of 300 MW. The provision is aimed at all industries and “kibbutzim” in Israel that intend to self-produce electric and thermal energy, relying on cogeneration installations with a maximum power of 16 MW. These will be able to sell energy to the grid, as well as being entitled to a premium for the production of energy using cogeneration plants. The only concern in the sector is the presence of poorly developed and widespread gas infrastructures in the area.
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