A Chinese solar energy company. Its solar panels are used in illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank and Golan Heights.
Shunfeng International Clean Energy, headquartered in Hong Kong, operates and maintains solar power plants; manufactures solar panels and LED products; develops monitoring systems and plant controllers for solar systems; and provides solar energy construction investment services.
Shunfeng subsidiary Suntech Power produces solar panels that have been used in illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank and Golan Heights, according to Who Profits. In partnership with Israeli company Doral Renewable Energy Resources, Suntech built a solar power plant in an illegal Israeli settlement in the occupied Golan Heights. The company's solar panels have also been used at a solar farm operated in the illegal Israeli settlement of Netiv HaGdud.
Israel uses occupied Palestinian land to generate solar energy while limiting Palestinians' access to electricity and renewable energy. As reported by Who Profits, Israel's solar energy industry is entirely privatized, with corporate-friendly policies enticing multinational companies like Sunfeng and its subsidiaries to enter the Israeli market.