Inon Yogev, a partner at Barnea, specializes in providing legal counsel on infrastructure projects involving the private sector (PPP, PFI and BOT), focusing on all stages of financing transactions.
Inon has extensive experience in major financing transactions and representing entrepreneurs, banks and other financing entities in various infrastructure projects, including roads, light railways, power stations and renewable energy facilities.
Inon is ranked by several international directories as a leading projects and project finance attorney. He is recognized by his clients and colleagues as a highly proficient and skilled practitioner.
Among Inon’s recent notable transactions are: EPC for the IDF training base project; tender for the planning, finance, construction, operation, and maintenance of Road 16; representing Menorah Mivtachim Holdings Ltd. in the RFP process for purchase of Shikun & Binui’s holdings in BOT projects and advising banks and institutional lenders in the financing of various photo-voltaic solar power plants in Israel.
Inon was endorsed by the prestigious legal directory Chambers & Partners as a leading lawyer in Projects & Energy and by the international legal guide IFLR1000 in the Project Finance area for 2018.
Prior to joining Barnea, Inon was a partner in the project financing and infrastructure department at the law firm of Yehuda Raveh & Co.
College of Management Academic Studies, (LL.B) , 2007
Israel Bar Association, 2008
News and updates - Inon Yogev:
Taxi Company Represented by Barnea Wins Transport Ministry Tender
Our firm represented Tel Aviv Taxi Organization in a competitive procedure for obtaining licenses to operate service taxi lines in the Tel Aviv District. The procedure was published by the State of Israel through the Ministry of Transport and Road Safety.
Israeli Government Tender for Solar Energy Generation in Vast Photovoltaic Fields Connected to the National Electric Grid
The Israel Electricity Authority recently published a public tender for solar energy generation in vast photovoltaic fields connected to the national electric grid, with contenders bidding on the lowest price for the sale of solar energy to the national grid.
Launch of Electricity Authority Reform
At the end of last week, the Israeli Knesset approved a historic reform to the electricity sector. The selling process of the first power plant, Alon Tavor, is expected to begin within a few months.