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Uri Noy

Managing Partner


Uri Noy, head of Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co.’s Energy and Infrastructure Department, is among the most influential figures in the industry, due to his vast expertise and experience in the field of energy in general, and renewable energy in particular. Since joining the firm in 1995, Uri has developed and advanced the department, establishing it among the leading departments in Israel in the field of energy and infrastructure, a fact that is recognized by domestic and international ranking guides.

Uri’s Clients praise him for his deep involvement in their business operations, as well as his knowledge, experience, wide connections in the industry, and in particular his expertise in all aspects of regulation, which greatly help to advance and promote the clients’ projects. Uri accompanies projects from their initiation stage to their realization, while dealing with all the various related aspects , from the real-estate, licensing and financing aspects to the erection, construction and operation of the projects. It is also common to see Uri on projects’ steering committees, where the business decisions are made.

Uri’s areas of expertise include representation of Israeli and international companies in energy and infrastructure projects, both in Israel and abroad; advising on various tenders to public and private entities; representation of various entities in a wide variety of commercial transactions; representation of corporations before the relevant governmental agencies.

Uri is ranked by the international rating guides IFLR1000 as a “Market leader”, by Legal 500 as a “Leading Individual”, and by Chambers Global as “a prominent figure in renewable energy matters”.

Uri’s clients describe him as:

“…a truly brilliant and one-of-a-kind lawyer. Uri has the unique ability to breakdown a very complex situation and provide a comprehensive road map for solving that situation.” (IFLR1000)

“Superb person. The best energy lawyer in Israel.” (IFLR1000)

“He understands finance – and the perspective of the regulator – very well” (Chambers Global 2017)


Bar Admissions

Israel, 1995


LL.B., the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1994.


Hebrew, English