IEC said it had sustained heavy damages as a result of Egypt’s blocking of gas supplies, forcing it to purchase more expensive fuel to generate electricity.
IEC management appealed to the Haifa District Labor Court with a complaint that their workers’ committee was sabotaging the functioning of the company in a time of crisis.
Wind power is also facing difficulties taking off in Israel, this time because of regulators and other interest groups, and not environmentalists.
In a unique operation, IEC transfered 10 generators to hospitals in Gaza.
With cease fire talks barely in place, the Israel Electric Company already began repairing the power grid for Gaza residents.
Israel's electric company is threatening to cut power to the Palestinian Authority - the debt is more than a billion shekels.
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