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A manufacturer and supplier of solar systems.

In partnership with Enerpoint Israel, the company invested more than $6 million in Netiv Hagdud, a solar panel farm located in the Jordan valley, the occupied West Bank.

The Netiv Hagdud project produces 4 megawatts of electricity through 13,000 solar panels, enough to power about 600 homes. The project exploits 50 dunams of occupied Palestinian land. 

In addition, the company has installed its systems in Givat Yoav settlements in the occupied Syrian Golan.