The first and largest photovoltaic ground mounted solar park cluster in Israel. The portfolio is comprised of 6 different solar parks with a total production capacity of over 40MWp, located at the Negev and Arava regions in the south of Israel, one of the sunniest parts of Israel.
One of the six projects, Ketura Sun, was the first large-scale grid-connected PV solar park in Israel which started production in 2011. The other 5 solar parks are successfully producing electricity since 2014. Over the course of 20 years, the cluster will offset the production of approximately 1,000,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide.
The project was built by Siemens acting as the EPC contractor of the cluster. Other partners include Global Sun Partners and the Jewish National Fund.