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Israeli Firm Wins $30 Million Solar Deal in Georgia, USA

Posted on January 30, 2020

Energiya USA to develop the first utility scale solar field in southeastern Georgia   (Jerusalem, Israel) – The U.S. affiliate of Israel’s Energiya Global Capital (, an international solar development firm headed by Yosef Abramowitz, won a $30 million, 17.68 … Continue reading

Posted on October 14, 2015

      פורסם:  14.10.15: משה גלנץ הישראלי שמאיר את יבשת אפריקה כי מציון תצא אורה. מי שהקים את השדות הסולאריים בערבה ואחראי ל-60% מתצרוכת החשמל בעיר אילת החל לבנות שדות דומים באפריקה בהשקעת ענק של מיליארדים. כבר 6% מהחשמל … Continue reading

Posted on October 7, 2015

  Could Israel’s solar energy guru win the Nobel Peace Prize? Yosef Abramowitz’s Rwandan solar field has inspired the Nobel committee – and singer Bono, too BY DAVID SHAMAH October 6, 2015, 5:32 pm Come Friday, a tech project with strong roots … Continue reading

Gigawatt Global develops $23.7 million solar farm for Rwanda

Posted on February 10, 2015

By Robin Whitlock Gigawatt Global’s utility-scale solar field in Rwanda boost’s the country’s electricity generation capacity by six percent. Gigawatt Global develops $23.7 million solar farm for Rwanda   Gigawatt Global has officially launched its  $23.7 million  solar energy plant … Continue reading

East Africa’s First Utility-Scale Solar Field Launched

Posted on February 9, 2015

(Kigali, Rwanda) – Only 12 months after the official signing of the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), Gigawatt Global has succeeded in financing, constructing and interconnecting a $23.7 million solar energy plant, culminating in a ceremonial ribbon-cutting event. Rwanda’s Minister of … Continue reading

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