Energizing our future is one of Israel’s greatest economic and environmental challenges

Israel is reliant on energy produced from fossil fuels for electricity production, transportation, industries, and so on. Burning of oil, coal and offshore gas produces harmful air pollution and greenhouse gases that contribute to the intensifying global climate crisis. 

Energizing our future in the era of climate change

Adam Teva V’Din campaigns,  litigates and legislates to achieve an energy economy that meets the challenges Israel faces as an energy island and industrialized nation with a fast-growing population. 

Decision-makers must strive to balance energy security and independence while safeguarding the environment and adapting to the present and future demands posed by climate change.

here goes a paragraph about the issues – national grid, renewables etc., and energy efficiency

Some facts about Israel's energy economy in Israel:

7.5% energy efficiency only

Compared to a target of 20% in 2020
The State of Israel did not meet the goal it set for itself.

Only 30%

Electricity generation from renewable energy by 2030
This is the target set by the State of Israel by 2030 and is very low.

Our climate law sets a target for 2030 of

50% renewable energies
In order to significantly increase the percentage of renewable energy in Israel, technologies for storing electricity must be developed and implemented, as well as upgrading the electricity grid.

Electricity generation

is responsible for 58% of carbon dioxide emissions in Israel
According to statistics from 2018

Israel produced only 7%

Renewable energies in 2021
Israel has not yet met any of the renewable energy targets it has aimed for to date

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