There is electricity in the air – enjoy it!

Dalia Power Energies, the largest private power plant in Israel, invites you to make more out of your energy.

Since its establishment in 2005, Dalia Power Energies had clearly defined its goals and objectives: to become a significant player in Israel’s energy market, and to encourage competition in the electricity sector by building an efficient, clean, natural gas-powered private power plant.

Dalia Power Energies was set up in accordance with government policy and funded solely by private entrepreneurs and owners, without any government involvement, and with the need to provide the best and most efficient energy solution, alongside a high awareness of environmental values.

In 2015, Dalia Power Energies began its commercial operation, offering business customers to streamline their activity and receive the same electricity for less money.

Company Management and Ownership Structure

Oved Debby | CEO

CEO since 2019, prior to that he served as Dalia’s CFO since 2008. Mr. Debby has led the process of financial closing and financing agreement for the establishment of the power station in the changing and challenging market conditions. He previously served as Head of the Finance and Budget Division of the Airports Authority. In this position, he was involved in the construction and operation of the Ben Gurion Airport Terminal 3 project. Prior to that he was a transport consultant at the Ministry of Finance Budget Department. He holds an M.B.A. in Business and Public Administration.

Doron Set | Chairman of the Board

Chairman of the Board of Dalia Power Energies, as well as Chairman of the Mishkei Hakibbutzim – Agricultural Cooperative Society, the Bituach Haklai Central Cooperative Society and the Atudot Pension Fund. Mr. Set is member of Kibbutz Yagur and has an M.A. in Economics.

Yael Wagner-Toby, att. | Legal Advisor

Joined Dalia in 2013. As a corporate lawyer specializing in energy and infrastructure sectors, she provides legal support in these fields. In the past she served as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Carmel Olefins. In this position she provided legal support for the establishment of the petrochemical plants, along with other ongoing activities. As a Senior Legal Advisor at Bateman Litwin engineering group, she provided legal support for the transactions related to the construction of a power station abroad. She graduated from the EU Law Studies Program at the University of Amsterdam School for Executive Development in International Relations. She holds a L.L.B. in Law and an M.A. in International Law.

Yuval Peleg | Chief Engineer

Joined Dalia in 2011 as a Senior System Engineer. Among other things, he managed the collaboration with the EPC contractor, the Israel Electric Corporation and Israel Gas Lines. Since 2017, has been serving as the Dalia’s Chief Engineer. In the past he worked in the aerospace industry in the field of strength and fracture mechanics. Mr. Peleg is engaged in a wide range of complex engineering, civil and security projects, and has extensive experience in engineering mega-projects. He holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, an M.Sc. in Systems Engineering, and an M.B.A. in Business Administration.

Snait Meir | Marketing and Sales Director

Joined Dalia in 2015, before the commercial operation of the power station, and since then has led the marketing, sales and social responsibility activities. Ms. Meir has over 20 years of in-depth knowledge of the energy market in Israel, having served in a variety of economic and commercial positions at Paz Oil Company. In her last position at Paz, she managed the Business Intelligence Department. She holds a B.A. in Economics and an M.B.A. in Business Administration.

Manu Strul | CIO

Joined Dalia in 2013 and established the Company's information systems. Ms. Strul has over 20 years of experience in the field of senior information systems management. In her previous positions, she managed large projects in the CRM and billing fields in communications and financial companies. She also served as CIO at Bezeq International. She holds a B.A. in Industrial Engineering and Management with specialization in information systems.

Felix Wasserstein | VP Engineering and Development

Joined Dalia in 2007 and led the establishment of the power station from the first stages of its planning. Since 2017, he has been managing the Company's future development plans to keep up with the most advanced trends in the energy market in Israel and around the world. Lieutenant Colonel (res.), formerly Chief Engineer of the Jerusalem Light Train project, Mr. Wasserstein has extensive experience in complex engineering mega-projects. He holds an M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering and Business Administration.

Amit Eiland | Chief Economist

Joined Dalia in 2011 as an economist and prepared the Company’s financial model and business plan towards financial closing. Since 2019, he has been serving as Dalia's Chief Economist. In the past, he worked in the Project Finance Department of the Giza-Singer-Even financial consulting firm, where he provided professional support for bid submissions and complex financing processes to a variety of companies engaged in the infrastructure field. He holds a B.A. in Economics and an M.B.A. in Business Administration.

Shani Nachshon | Analyst

Joined Dalia in 2014 and established the Company’s customer service and billing systems. Ms. Nachshon is currently responsible for analyzing Dalia’s business operations and various projects, using her extensive experience in the field of business analytics. She holds a B.A. in Geography and an M.B.A. in Business Administration from Bar-Ilan University.

Shimon Fahima | CFO

Joined Dalia in 2014 and established the Billing and Accounting Department. Since 2019, he has been serving as the Company's CFO. In the past, he served in a senior executive position at KPMG Somekh Chaikin, where he specialized in auditing real estate and industrial companies. He is a CPA with a B.A. in Economics and Accounting, and an M.A. in Accounting.