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A manufacturer and supplier of solar systems.

In partnership with the Italian subsidiary Enerpoint Israel, the company invested more than USD 6 million in Netiv Hagdud, a solar panel farm located in the occupied Jordan valley. Netiv Hagdud project produces 4 megawatts of electricity through 13,000 solar panels, enough to power about 600 Western-style homes of settlers. The project exploits 50 Dunams of occupied Palestinian land.

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