Green slush arrives in Israel, and all is good
But when I was able to read a little further, I discovered that I'm actually happy about this one (which is behind a paywall and no, I have not read the whole thing). You see, Israel's banks are about the most risk averse on earth (it's almost impossible to get a loan here without a guarantor), and they are refusing to finance solar energy projects in Judea and Samaria out of concern that the banks will lose money if Israel abandons the area. That's why the government is being asked to step up to the plate. And there's little more beneficial to Judea and Samaria that I can think of than giving the government and the greens (who are normally more of the peacenik types) a stake in the continued presence of Jews in Judea and Samaria.
One should realize that - almost inevitably - should Israel choose to leave Judea and Samaria (God forbid), the likes of James Wolfensohn and Bill Gates would likely come along to finance the 'purchase' of those solar energy projects by the 'Palestinians' at cut-rate prices. And the 'Palestinians' will undoubtedly show their appreciation in their usual style. But at least if the government has a financial stake in the solar energy projects, they'll have something to lose from abandoning them (as opposed to Gaza where only the revenants lost financially).
And that's good.