Operating projects

PV Israel (9 MW)

Ellomay owns the Talmei Yosef PV plant, with an installed capacity of 9,000 kWp, located in  Talmei Yosef, Israel

The PV plant is connected to the Israeli national grid since November 2013. The tariff of 0.9631 NIS/kWh is fixed for a period of 20 years and is updated once a year based on changes to the Israeli CPI of October 2011. The tariff increased from NIS 0.976/kWh in November 2013 to NIS 1.0005/kWh in 2020 . 

This project is financed by an Israeli consortium led by Israel Discount Bank. The company engages a leading O&M contractor that guarantees a minimum level of Performance Ratio (PR) and availability for the O&M duration.

Bio gas - Netherlands (9 MW base load equal to 850 m3/h gas production)

Groen Gas Goor B.V.

Ellomay owns an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, with a green gas production capacity of approximately 375 Nm3/h, and the land on which the plant is constructed. The plant in Goor began commercial operations in November 2017. The project is entitled to receive a valid Sustainable Energy Production Incentive subsidy from the Dutch authorities for the energy it generates for a period of approximately twelve years.

This project is financed by Rabobank, a leading bank in the Netherlands.

Location: Goor, the Netherlands

 

Groen Gas Oude Tonge B.V.

Ellomay owns an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, with a green gas production capacity of approximately 475 Nm3/h, and the land on which the plant is constructed. The plant in Oude Tonge began commercial operations in June 2018. The project is entitled to receive a valid Sustainable Energy Production Incentive subsidy from the Dutch authorities for the energy it generates for a period of approximately twelve years.

This project is financed by Rabobank, a leading bank in the Netherlands.

Location: Oude Tonge, the Netherlands

Dorad Power Station – Israel (850MW) - Dorad Energy Ltd.

Through its 50% ownership in U. Dori Energy Infrastructures Ltd., Ellomay holds, indirectly, approximately 9.4% interest in Dorad. 

Dorad currently owns and operates the Dorad Power Plant, a combined cycle power plant based on natural gas, with a production capacity of approximately 850 MW (approximately 7% of Israel’s aggregate production capacity), located south of Ashkelon, Israel. The Dorad Power Plant commenced commercial operations on May 2014 and received twenty-year generation and supply licenses from the Israeli Electricity Authority.

The Dorad Power Plant is based on combined cycle technology using natural gas. The combined cycle configuration is a modern technology to produce electricity, where gas turbines serve as the prime mover. After combustion in the gas turbine to produce electricity, the hot gases from the gas turbine exhaust are directed through an additional heat exchanger to produce steam. The steam powers a steam turbine connected to a generator, which produces additional electric energy. The Dorad Power Plant is comprised of twelve natural gas turbines, each with an installed capacity of 50 MWp and two steam turbines, each with an installed capacity of 100 MWp. These turbines can be turned on and off quickly, with no material losses in energy efficiency, which provides operational flexibility in accordance with the expected needs of customers and the IEC, calculated based on a proprietary forecasting system implemented by Dorad.

The electricity produced by the Dorad Power Plant is sold to end-users throughout Israel and to the Israeli National Electrical Grid.

The remaining 50% of U. Dori Energy Infrastructures Ltd. is held by the Luzon Group. The shareholders in Dorad are U. Dori Energy Infrastructures Ltd. (18.75%), Eilat Ashkelon Infrastructure Services Ltd., or EAIS, (37.5%), and Edelcom Ltd., or Edelcom, (18.75%), both Israeli private companies, and Zorlu Enerji Elektrik Uretim A.S. (25%), a publicly traded Turkish company.

PV Spain (7.9 MW)

PV Plant Name
Installed Production / Capacit
Location
Type of Facility
Connection to Grid
“Rinconada II”
2,275 kWp
Municipality of Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain
PV – Fixed Panels
July 2010
“Rodríguez I”
2,275 kWp
Province of Murcia, Spain
PV – Fixed Panels
November 2011
“Rodríguez II”
2,691 kWp
Province of Murcia, Spain
PV – Fixed Panels
June 2011
“Fuente Librilla”
1,248 kWp
Province of Murcia, Spain
PV – Fixed Panels
June 2011

PV Plant Name

“Rinconada II”

Installed Production / Capacit

2,275 kWp

Location

Municipality of Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain

Type of Facility

PV – Fixed Panels

Connection to Grid

July 2010

PV Plant Name

“Rodríguez I”

Installed Production / Capacit

2,275 kWp

Location

Province of Murcia, Spain

Type of Facility

PV – Fixed Panels

Connection to Grid

November 2011

PV Plant Name

“Rodríguez II”

Installed Production / Capacit

2,691 kWp

Location

Province of Murcia, Spain

Type of Facility

PV – Fixed Panels

Connection to Grid

June 2011

PV Plant Name

“Fuente Librilla”

Installed Production / Capacit

1,248 kWp

Location

Province of Murcia, Spain

Type of Facility

PV – Fixed Panels

Connection to Grid

June 2011

The PV plants are connected to the Spanish national grid and are entitled to receive the Spanish special remuneration for renewable energies. 

The incentive payments were guaranteed for a period of 30 years from connection.

Project finance – the PV plants in Spain are financed by Bankinter S.A. 

The company engages leading O&M contractors that guarantee a minimum level of Performance Ratio (PR) and availability for the O&M duration.