Haruvit (Tzafit) Power Plant is a 900MW dual-fuel fired power project. It is located in Jerusalem, Israel. According to GlobalData, who tracks and profiles over 170,000 power plants worldwide, the project is currently active. It has been developed in a single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in July 2015. Buy the profile here.


The project is developed and owned by Dalia Power Energies.

It is a Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) power plant. The power plant run on dual-fuel. The primary fuel being used to power the plant is natural gas. In case of shortage of natural gas the plant can also run on Fuel Oil.

Development status

The project got commissioned in July 2015.

Contractors involved

GE Power was selected to render engineering procurement construction services for the dual-fuel fired power project.

GE Power was selected as the turbine supplier for the Dual-Fuel fired project. The company provided 2 units of GT26 gas turbines.

GE Power was selected as the turbine supplier for the Dual-Fuel fired project. The company provided 2 units of STF15C steam turbines.

GE Power supplied TOPGAS electric generator for the project.

GE Power supplied steam boiler for the project.

GE Power is the O&M contractor for thermal power project for a period of 20 years.

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About Dalia Power Energies

Dalia Power Energies Ltd (Dalia Power) is a utility company that generates and distributes electricity. The company operates and maintains power plant using natural gas and diesel fuel in south-central Israel. Dalia’s power facility is based on combined-cycle technology and manages gas turbine and a steam turbine for generating electricity. Its client portfolio includes Tel Aviv University, Azrieli towers, Rad Binat, Unilever, Tosaf, Polyram and others. The company sells its electricity to companies and customers owned by state governments. Dalia Power is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.


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