The first private electric company in Israel

“Turning energy into electricity”

Vision and strategy

OPC’s vision is to be a leader in its area with the goal of providing a full range of uniquely valuable energy solutions to its customers, based on professionalism, trustworthiness, technological innovation, and commitment to the various needs of its customers, while achieving operational and organizational excellence. OPC is taking action to expand its activities and to promote energy projects in and outside of Israel.
Based on its vision of being a leader in its area, with a commitment to maintaining ESG aspects, including high environmental standards in all of the OPC’s activities, OPC is focused on achieving competitive advantages in the following areas of activity:

  • Initiations and development of facilities for generation of electricity and energy at OPC’s sites and customers’ sites, by leveraging OPC’s experience as well as by providing unique valuable solutions to existing and potential customers.
  • High performance, managerial and operational capabilities to promote projects from the identification of the land stage through the licensing, permitting, design and fund raise for the projects, allowing for fast, professional and effective execution.
  • Operation and maintenance of OPC’s power plants in a professional manner and while meeting high standards, in order to achieve maximum efficiency and availability.
  • Optimization of management of energy sales to customers through a range of generation types.

Timeline

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The first tender for construction
of a power plant

2

Rotem Project
financial closing

3

Rotem Project
commercial operation

4

Hadera Project
acquisition

5

Hadera Project
financial closing

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Zomet Project
acquisition

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Zomet signed a planning, procurement and construction agreement

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Approval of conditional
license for Zomet

Board of Directors

Chairman of the Board

Yair Caspi

Director

Robert Rosen

Director

Aviad Kaufman

Director

Antoine Bonnier

Director

Jacob Worenklein

External Director

Michal Marom-Brikman

External Director

Yosef Tenne

Independent Director

Moshe Luhmany

Code of Ethics

O.P.C. Energy has adopted a code of ethics that incorporates its values and professional ethics, which apply to its employees at all levels and positions.

First and foremost, the purpose of the code of ethics is to provide appropriate ethical guidelines for all employees and managers to help identify the appropriate and correct way to act when faced with a dilemma or a situation for which there are no clear rules or guidelines during day-to-day work.

In addition, the code of ethics sets out specific rules of conduct for conflicts of interest, lists who can be contacted to report or consult in case of doubt regarding code application, and hotline details and e-mail address for anonymous inquiries.

The Company’s code of ethics states that all employees and managers will comply with all laws, regulations, compliance programs and procedures in line with our guiding principles and corporate culture.

The code of ethics includes instructions, guidelines, and advice on a broad spectrum of issues, including compliance with the law,
fairness in business, respect for others, prohibition on harassment and discrimination, proper use and conservation of the Group’s assets, responsibility, excellence and continuous improvement;
Commitment to the health and safety of employees and the community; Commitment to communities where it operates and to the environment.

O.P.C Energy Ltd securities are traded on the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange, and as a public company the group adheres strictly to complying with the Securities Law and stock exchange rules and regulations, in order to maintain investor confidence in the Company; it implements enforcement compliance program in the field of securities that specifies rules, guidelines and instructions.

The Group works regularly to instil, implement and refresh the principles of the code of ethics and the compliance program through a variety of means, lectures, reminders and information transfer to employees and managers.