The Golan Heights Wind farm is located on one of the most scenic hilltops in Israel, and being close to the border of Syria, it has an unmanned Israeli bunker built in it as well.
It was built in 1992 by a local mineral water company (“Mey Eden”) and was the first wind farm in the Middle East. The 10 turbines generate 6MW in total, which are consumed by “Mey Eden” company, “Golan heights Winery”, and about 20,000 people.
|Golan Heights Wind Farm on Wikipedia|
|Golan Heights Wind Farm on Google Maps|
Points of Interest in the Area
|“Golan Magic” Visitors Center|