Portfolio

Derech-Eretz Derech-Eretz
Field: Transportation Infrastructure
Year of Investment: 2011
Year of Operation: 2004
Web site: www.derech-eretz.com
Derech Eretz is the concessionaire of the Cross Israel Highway - Toll Road #6, the first toll road in Israel, operating since 2004. The Highway is designed to provide an efficient north-south transportation corridor and currently it is 140km long, with additional segments already under construction and planning. Cross Israel Highway was the first BOT project executed in Israel and is one of the largest infrastructure projects undertaken in Israel in recent years.
Derech-Eretz
Partners: IIF
Global Sun Israel Global Sun Israel
Field: Renewable Energy
Year of Investment: 2012
Year of Operation: 2011
Web site: www.aravapower.com
The largest solar PV park cluster in Israel. The portfolio is comprised of 6 solar solar parks with a total production capacity of over 40MW and is located at the Negev and Arava regions in the south of Israel.
One of the six projects, Ketura Sun, was the first large-scale grid-connected PV solar park in Israel. The other 5 solar parks are producing electricity since 2014.
Global Sun Israel
Partners: Siemens Project Ventures, Global Sun Partners, The Jewish National Fund
Metronit Metronit - Haifa Bus Rapid
Transit (BRT)
Field: Transportation
Year of Investment: 2012
Year of Operation: 2013
Web site: www.dannorth.co.il/?lang=en
The Haifa Metronit is the first bus rapid transit (BRT) system in Israel. The system will employ 100 high-capacity articulated buses on three lines, with a total length of 40 km andwill be operated for a period of 12 years.
Metronit
Partners: Dan Bus Company, SNCF
Havazelet Halutziot Enlight Havazelet Halutziot Enlight
Field: Renewable Energy
Year of Investment: 2013
Year of Operation: 2015 (anticipated)
Web site: www.enlightenergy.co.il/eng
Halutziot project will be the largest photovoltaic (PV) solar park ever to be built in Israel. The solar park which is located in the Western Negev, will have a production capacity of 55 MW and will generate power for over 15,000 households. The project will cover 100 hectares and is expected to become operational on Q1 of 2015. The project was declared by Israel's Prime Minister as a project of national importance.
Havazelet Halutziot Enlight
Partners: Enlight Renewable Energies
Megalim Solar Power Megalim Solar Power
Field: Renewable Energy
Year of Investment: 2014
Year of Operation: 2017 (anticipated)
Web site: www.brightsourceenergy.com
Megalim project is a 28 year BOT project for the construction and operation of a concentrating solar power (CSP) tower-design power generation facility at a total capacity of 121 MW.
The project which is located in the Negev Desert in Israel will generate enough power to meet the electricity needs of more than 120,000 homes. It is to be built and operated by Alstom, relying on the proprietary technology developed by Brightsource, the world leading technology provider for tower CSP facilities.
The project costs which are estimated at $800 million will be funded with equity and debt provided by a consortium of lenders including European Investment Bank (EIB) and Bank Hapoalim.
Megalim Solar Power
Partners: Alstom, BrightSource Industries
Welland Biopower Welland Biopower
Field: Renewable Energy
Year of Investment: 2015
Year of Operation: 2017 (anticipated)
Welland Biopower is a waste wood to energy plant to be built in Worcestershire, UK by Balfour Beatty alongside Noy Fund and Equitix Fund.
The 26 month construction program has been undertaken by MWH Treatment Limited. Once complete, the project will convert 60,000 tonnes of dry waste wood feedstock, that is being supplied locally by Welland Waste Management Limited, into 9MW of electricity using Nexterra Systems Corp. gasification technology. The clean electricity generated will be exported to the national grid and will be enough to power more than 17,000 UK households a year and, result in an annual saving of 28,809 tonnes of CO2.
Welland Biopower
Partners: Balfour Beatty, Equitix Fund, Nexterra Systems Corp
Clal Sun Clal Sun
Field: Renewable Energy
Year of Investment: 2012
Year of Operation: 2013
The project is the largest rooftop solar PV cluster in Israel. The project is situated in 6 different locations with a total production capacity of 13MW.
Clal Sun
Partners: Clal Energy, Sun Edison, LR
IDF Training Center IDF Training Center
Field: Large Scale Infrastructure
Year of Investment: 2012
Year of Operation: 2015
Web site: www.mabat-lanegev.co.il
The new Israel Defense Forces (IDF) training center is the largest project of its kind undertaken in Israel in recent years and the first to be undertaken by the Ministry of Defense. The Army Training Center will be built in the South of Israel and will be comprised of 250,000 square meters of built-up areas over an area of 250 hectares, designed to accommodate approximately 11,000 soldiers, and will be operated for a period of over 20 years.
IDF Training Center
Partners: Minrav, Electra, Zisapel Properties
Sonnen Sonnen
Field: Renewable Energy
Year of Investment: 2013
Year of Operation: 2011
A portfolio of photovoltaic parks located in Northern Italy, with total capacity of 6.7 Megawatts. The parks have been operational since 2011. The technology applied in the portfolio is of dual axis trackers which significantly enhances the farms' electricity production.
Sonnen
Partners: Enlight Renewable Energies and Econergy
Mivtahim Green Energies Mivtahim Green Energies
Field: Renewable Energy
Year of Investment: 2013
Year of Operation: 2013
Mivtahim project is a large-scale grid-connected PV solar park, located in the Western Negev in Israel. The park capacity is 10MW and it produces a total of 22 million kilowatt hours per year.
The project was developed by SunPower. The technology applied in the park is of single axis trackers which significantly enhances the park electricity production.
Mivtahim Green Energies
Partners: Enlight Renewable Energies
Hoddesdon Energy Hoddesdon Energy
Field: Renewable Energy
Year of Investment: 2015
Year of Operation: 2017 (anticipated)
Hoddesdon Energy is a 10 MW Waste to Energy facility to be constructed and operated in the UK. Noy Fund will provide 1/3 of the total ₤60 million capex required for the construction which will be executed by Bouygues. Noy's partners in this investment include the developer AssetGen, Foresight Group (a fund backed by the Green Investment Bank) and P3P Partners.
The project relies on gasification technology and will become the largest in the UK to convert commercial and industrial waste into energy. Using advanced technology, the merchant-waste gasification facility is expected to divert over 90,000 tonnes of waste from landfill, supplied by two of the UK’s leading established waste suppliers, Biffa and Powerday.
The plant will power 7,000 homes each year, and reduce carbon emissions by 1.5 million tonnes over its lifetime. It will be constructed by Bouygues Energy and Services and is expected to become operational in 2017.
Hoddesdon Energy
Partners: AssetGen, Foresight Group, P3P Partners
Jerusalem Energy Center Jerusalem Energy Center
Field: Energy
Year of Investment: 2014
Year of Operation: 2002
The Energy Center at the Government Center in Jerusalem is the first B.O.T project in Israel. The B.O.T agreement with the government includes the construction and operation of the energy production supply systems for government ministries in Jerusalem for a period of 20 years. The project contains cooling and heating systems for the Government Center, electricity carrier distribution systems, a system of generators for emergency generation as well as 5000 m² of office space. The concessionaire is responsible for the supply of heating, cooling and distribution of electricity to the various governmental ministries and for maintenance of the offices and systems described above.
Jerusalem Energy Center