WSP wins work on $500 million Israeli power plant

By Andrew Woods
WSP’s 750-strong water, energy and industry business will support the delivery of a new $500 million, 450MW power plant, which could power the equival...

WSP’s 750-strong water, energy and industry business will support the delivery of a new $500 million, 450MW power plant, which could power the equivalent of 375,000 homes annually at Be’er Tuvia, Israel.

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The power plant, which is owned by Israel Power Management, is set to supply 3.5% of Israel’s electricity needs for the next 20 years and will be one of the most efficient plants in the country. 

The plant is being built by Siemens and is expected to be operating by the end of 2020.

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