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Israel’s Reform in the Electricity Sector - Opportunities for U.S. Exporters of Electricity Equipment and Services

Israel’s electricity market is undergoing momentous changes in the wake of a 2018 structural reform. As part of the reform, Israel Electric Corporation (IEC), a state-owned utility company, will upgrade its transmission and distribution infrastructure and decrease its share in electricity generation. Significant opportunities exist for U.S. suppliers of relevant electricity equipment, as well as for experienced Independent Power Producers (IPP’s) to purchase and operate one of 5 gas-powered generation sites to be sold by IEC. This brief report highlights the key pillars of the reform and presents actionable, multimillion-dollar worth opportunities for U.S. companies to pursue.

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