Dorad Energy Ltd.

Dorad is the largest private power station in Israel to date with capacity of approximately 800 MW (about 6% of Israel's current total capacity). 
A short overview of the constructions status as of July 2013 may be found at the following link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wt4YIPDzQrE
 
The cost of the Dorad project is estimated at more than $1.2 Billion. The project had recently secured one of the largest project financing facility in Israel of over $1 Billion. The facility was led by Israel's largest banks and institutional investors.
The station was declared a national infrastructure project by the Israeli prime minister and will assist in relieving the tight production capacity of the Israeli electricity sector. The station, to be powered by natural gas, will stimulate competition, lower consumer rates, and enhance the development and utilization of natural gas.
The station is operational and connected to the grid and is expected to begin producing energy in full capacity in 2Q 2014. Dorad intends to sell the electric power generated to end-users from various sectors at rates that will compete with those offered by the Israeli Electric Corp. (IEC).
End-users will be supplied with power through IEC's transmission and distribution lines under the Electricity Sector Law and its regulations, and in conformance with the criteria and rates set forth by the Public Electricity Utility Authority.
Through a wholly owned subsidiary Ellomay holds, indirectly, approximately 7.5% interest in Dorad and has the option to purchase an additional approximately 1.9%. 
Our fellow direct and indirect shareholders in Dorad include:
Gazit-Globe - one of the world’s leading multi-national real estate companies and a global leader in the acquisition, development and management of supermarket-anchored shopping centers in urban growth markets around the world. Gazit Globe holds its interest in Dorad through U.Dori Energy Ltd. which is a subsidiary of U. Dori Group Ltd. U.Dori was established in 1961 and is one of Israel's five leading construction companies and is active in a wide spectrum of fields in Israel and overseas from real estate development to engineering and construction. The Company operates as a promoter/entrepreneur of a variety of projects and also works as a construction contractor for public and private sector projects, both in Israel and abroad.

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