Our Environment, Our Future

Renewable Energy

Natural Gas

 
 
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Natural gas power plants emit a fraction of the smog-causing gases and greenhouse gases emitted by their coal-burning counterparts. Over the past 15 years, the transition of power plants from coal to natural gas has reduced greenhouse gas emissions in certain geographies by 20%-40%.

SBRE carries out utility-scale natural gas projects in cooperation with Shikun & Binui Group infrastructure companies in Israel and throughout the world.
 
 
 
CASE STUDY: ETGAL ASHDOD POWER PLANT

ETGAL ASHDOD POWER PLANT
Photo: Lavi Amitai | Simulation: AA Studio
 
Technology: Natural Gas
Capacity: approximately 200 MW 
Assumed Financial Close and Beginning of Construction: January 2018
 
SBRE is currently planning a major upgrade of a 26MW heavy oil power plant. Through the deployment of an open cycle turbine fueled by natural gas, the facilitys capacity will be increased to 150-200MW.