An innovative plant that provides clean, potable water for over 1 million people in Israel. With an extremely narrow footprint,
Hadera’s desalination has one of the lowest-ever costs for high-quality desalinated water in BOT projects worldwide.
“Hadera is recognized as one of the world’s leading SWRO desalination plants, setting a new standard”
Capacity: 525,000 m3/day
Technology: Reverse Osmosis (RO)
Project Type: Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT)
Location: Hadera, Israel
Footprint: 1000m x 50-150m
Commission Date: 2009
Implementation of Build Operate Transfer Schemes: Obstacles and Solutions
This paper focuses on these cases, addressing the main causes of the failure of suggested/initiated BOT scheme offerings and what prevented their successful implementation. The paper analyses the main constraints and obstacles characterizing these setbacks, and presents different solutions and alternatives to by-pass and/or overcome these obstacles that, if adopted, could enhance the possibilities of successful implementation of the projects.
Sorek 150 Million m3/year Seawater Desalination Facility Build Operate and Transfer BOT Project
This paper presents the business structure and some of the many technological features of the Sorek Project, which consists of the financing, design, construction, operation and transfer of a seawater desalination facility with a guaranteed production capability of 150 Mm3 /year for a term of circa 25 years.