Hebron Electric Limited Liability Company was established in 2000 on an area of 91 km2 to serve 340,000 citizens of Hebron and Halhul, with a capital of 25 million Jordanian Dinars and assets of 91 million NIS. The percentage of electricity customers in Hebron and Halhul is 100%, with 50,409 customers until the end of 2017.
In 1997, there was a plan to change some institutions from public to private sector. The plan included transferring the Electricity Department of Hebron Municipality into a Limited Liability Company. Accordingly, the World Bank and the Palestinian Energy Authority have approved on dividing Hebron Governorate into two electricity distribution companies:
- HEPCO (Hebron Electric Power Company) that includes Hebron and Halhul areas.
- SELCO (Southern Electricity Company) that includes Dura and its nearby areas.
- Hebron Municipality: 99%
- Hebron Municipality Staff Housing Association: 1%