||100% held by Delek Group
Chairman: Moshe Karadi
CEO: Silviu Witting
Delek Group fully owns the Independent Power Production (IPP) plant that services the Ashkelon water desalination facility (controlled 50% by IDE Tech.), which is sourced with natural gas from the Yam Tethys reserve. The Combined Cycle cogeneration power plant with a capacity of around 87 MW, provides majority of its capacity to the desalination plant and the rest is sold to private customers and/or the Israel Electricity Company.
Delek Infrastructure also holds 57% of IPP Ramat Gabriel Ltd. and IPP Alon Tabor Ltd. IPP Ramat Gabriel Ltd is developing a cogeneration power station to provide approximately 55MW of electricity and steam to the factories in the Industrial Area of Ramat Gabriel. IPP Alon Tavor Ltd. is also developing a cogeneration power station to provide approximately 55MW of electricity and steam to the factories in the Industrial Area of Alon Tavor (Northern Israel).
Delek Infrastructure also holds 100% of IPP Delek Soreq, which is building a power station with a capacity of 140MW under the framework of a BOT agreement, in order to power a desalination plant with an output of 150m cubic meters per year.
Delek Infrastructure also holds 84% of IPP Delek Eshkol Gatt Ltd., which is building a power station with a capacity of 146MW in the industrial area of Kiryat Gat in Southern Israel.
Delek Infrastructure also holds 51% of Genrent Participações S/A, a holding company investing in power generation projects in Brazil and is in the process of building additional independent power plants in Israel for private clients. Genrent Participações S/A owns 70% of the Brentech Company who owns the Goyania ii Emergency Diesel Generators Power Station in Brazil with a capacity of around 140MW.