Israel's 300 Days of Sun No Help as Offshore Gas Eclipses SolarBy and
Pending regulations could rekindle interest in greener energy
"We think they'll turn their focus to renewables again"
After struggling to grow citrus trees on a stretch of parched desert, Israel’s Kibbutz Ketura instead devoted the land to harvesting the country’s most abundant resource: sunshine. Yet as the kibbutzniks seek to expand their solar installations, the government is proving almost as formidable an obstacle as the scorched soil ever was.
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