The scale, complexity and impact of energy and infrastructure projects demands the most cutting edge, up-to-date and cohesive legal and technical advice possible. There is no substitute. Having been centrally involved in many of Israel’s most transformative projects, Lipa Meir & Co.’s Finance, Infrastructure & Energy Department is widely recognised as the firm to deliver.

Our cradle to grave service and successful track record in this field allows governmental and private clients to tap into our immense experience of proceedings, overcome hurdles and keep their projects on track.

Heavily involved in the defense, commercial, energy and other sectors, we advise on colossal and milestone projects. We enjoy an unrivalled position as the destination firm for Government ministries, such as the Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Finance, on mega-infrastructure PPP\PFI\BOT projects with national implications across sectors, such as security, defense, water and energy. Among a raft of commercial and legal services, we advise on some of the largest and most complex Public Private Partnership (PPP)/Private Finance Initiative (PFI) projects in the region.

We also regularly advise on some of the world’s most advanced desalination plants, including providing  strategic counsel in relation to desalination plants in Hadera, Ashkelon, Palmachim, Sorek and Ashdod, often advising the Water Desalination Administration (WDA).

Having accumulated vast experience in the renewable energy sector, we act for the most prominent energy companies involved in the construction of cutting-edge power plants and groundbreaking solar installations. As such, we are accustomed to advising companies revolutionizing the energy market, and those geared towards reducing the Israeli industry sector’s dependence on non-renewable fuels and polluting power resources, and bringing it to a cleaner, greener future.

Our unprecedented record of representing kibbutzim for more than two decades provides kibbutzim with the confidence, insight and strategy to drive their projects forwards. A source of innovation, be it with regards to water, drip irrigation or renewable energy, kibbutzim have always been a source of creativity and are constantly seeking finance for their innovative projects.