Sorek II Desalination Plant (Israel)

(In Progress)


A BOT  (Build-Operate-Transfer) project for the largest desalination plant in Israel and one of the largest in the world, with a capacity of  670,000 m³/day and a record low water price  which sets a new benchmark for seawater desalination water prices on a global scale. 

Sorek II combines the most advanced and innovative technologies, state-of-the-art design that optimizes energy utilization, chemical usage (in addition to other consumables), and an advanced modular design of multiple elements of the facility, which is considered the next generation of desalination plants’ design.

  • Capacity: 672,000 m³/day
  • Technology: Reverse Osmosis (RO)
  • Water source : Seawater
  • Contract type: BOT for 25 years
  • Usage: Potable Water
  • Location : Rishon Le Zion, Israel
  • Customer: State of Israel
  • Finance arranger : EIB
  • Commissioning date: 2024 Exp


  • State of the art energy center design

    A smart modular design

  • Competitive pricing

    Establishes a new benchmark for low cost of desalinated water in BOT projects.

  • Sustainable desalination approach

    Circular economy – by implementing CO2
    carbon capture
    and utilization.
    Self production of chemicals. 

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