Israel’s $1.3 billion electric power plant in the West Bank is the largest single investment in the occupied Palestinian territory

Israel is to invest $1 billion in a new solar power plant and plans to construct another in the southern West Bank to generate power for the Palestinian territory, the Israeli Energy Minister announced.

The minister said the investment will cover power and water supply for about 1.3 million homes and businesses in the Palestinian territories, with the largest part of the electricity being generated in the East Jerusalem area.

“Israel is moving in a very strategic direction.

We are moving towards an energy future that will allow us to meet the growing energy needs of our people and to meet our energy needs,” said the minister, Avigdor Lieberman.

Israel has invested in more than 100 renewable energy projects across the occupied West Bank since Israel was created in 1948.

The Israeli Energy Authority has so far spent more than $9 billion on renewable energy in the country’s west, mostly through subsidies for solar panels.

Israel’s renewable energy portfolio includes a vast network of wind turbines, solar panels, hydroelectric dams, and other large-scale solar installations.

The new solar project in the Green Line, also known as the West Wall, is expected to generate enough power to power the entire West Bank for two years, according to the Israeli government.

Israel built the first solar power station in the area in 2002.

The first solar farm in the same area was built in 2009.

The current project is the biggest solar power project in Israel’s history.

The Green Line is home to more than 50,000 Israeli settlers, most of whom live in settlements in the Negev desert.

Israel is building a large new solar farm, which will eventually generate enough electricity to power 2.6 million homes, to supply the country with electricity.

Israelis are used to seeing solar panels and wind turbines in the vicinity of their homes, but the Green Wall project has brought a new level of solar technology into the Green Area.

“It’s the biggest project ever in the history of Israel, and it is a very important achievement,” said Israel Solar, the company that designed and built the project.

The project was approved by Israel’s Supreme Court in July.

The government said it would be built by 2020 and that it will have an installed capacity of 4.3 gigawatts.

Israel will spend an estimated $400 million on the solar project.

Israel is also constructing another solar farm near the Westbank settlement of Beit Hanoun in the central West Bank.