DORAD ENERGY

Location South of Ashkelon

Operational technology Combined cycle, fired by natural gas as the primary fuel source and diesel as backup

Cost of construction $1.3 billion

Year operations began 2014

Output 860 MW

Operations and maintenance company Ezom, a member of Edeltech Group

An interesting note The Dorad power plant is built differently from most of the power plants in Israel and includes two groups of six General Electric gas jet turbines. This configuration enables greater operational flexibility than the standard production units, by adjusting production ability to varying demand, and offering higher resilience in the face of malfunctions.

Ramat Negev Energy

Location Adama Makhteshim plant, in the Neot Hovav Industrial Zone

Operational technology Natural gas as the primary fuel source and diesel as backup

Cost of construction $200 million

Year operations began December 2015

Output Approximately 120 MW in combined cycle

Operation and maintenance company Ezom, a member of Edeltech Group

An interesting note The power plant actually implements an advanced environmental philosophy that seeks to achieve numerous benefits from a single production process. Additional outputs from the plant’s activity are close to 300 m3 of desalinated water per hour and compressed air that are used by the industrial customers in the region.

Ashdod Energy

Location Adjacent to the Adama Agan plant in Ashdod’s northern industrial zone.

Operational technology Combined cycle that enables generation of electricity and steam with high utilization

Cost of construction Approximately $100 million

Year operations began December 2015

Output Approximately 55 MW

Operation and maintenance company Ezom, a member of Edeltech Group

An interesting note In addition to regular supply of electricity to the Adama Agan factory, the plant also supplies approximately 40 tons of steam/hour, produced through a gas turbine, steam generators and a steam turbine. The plant supplies electricity to various other electricity consumers through the national electric grid. Surplus electricity is sold to the Israel Electric Corporation