Meshek Energy will operate the charging stations, and residents will be able to rent the vehicles by hour and pay by distance traveled.  - Photo via Werner Hillebrand-Hansen/Wikimedia. 

Meshek Energy will operate the charging stations, and residents will be able to rent the vehicles by hour and pay by distance traveled. 

Photo via Werner Hillebrand-Hansen/Wikimedia. 

Meshek Energy, a branch of Israel's Kibbutz Economies Group, is launching an electric carsharing service in rural areas, according to CTech.

The agricultural cooperative has reportedly acquired dozens of Renault Zoes and Hyundai Ioniqs that will be stationed at dozens of kibbutzim (agricultural collective communities) beginning next month.

Meshek Energy will operate the charging stations, and residents will be able to rent the vehicles by hour and pay by distance traveled. 

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