• Egged


Egged is the largest public transportation company in Israel, and one of the largest transportation groups in the world, employs approximately 9,000 employees and provides services in 28 public transportation clusters in Israel with ~200 million km per year. In addition, Egged operates light rail  trains and private transportation in Israel. Alongside its operations in Israel, Egged also operates in the field of public transportation in the Netherlands and Poland.

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  • IPM Power Plant

IPM Power Plant

A power plant with a production capacity of 451 MW located in the Beer Tuvia industrial area.

The facilty, one of the most advanced in Israel, operates under unique regulation with a production license for 20 years, using combined-cycle energy, based on natural gas. The cost of its construction amounted to about NIS 2 billion.

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  • Ramat Hovav Power Plant

Ramat Hovav Power Plant

Thanks to a production capacity of about 1,200 megawatts (11% of the Israel Electric Corporation's production capacity, before that sale), the Ramat Hovav power plant is one of the largest facilities in Israel that operates with natural gas. The area adjacent to the station allows for future expansion and additional production capacity, which provides for additional betterment potential.

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  • Hagit Power Plant

Hagit Power Plant

Hagit (East) power plant sold as part of an Israeli Government’s reform to privatize 5 power plants, originally operated by IEC. Hagit is located in northern Israel, and can generate 660 MW of power. Its existing infrastructure is an intersection of electricity, gas and diesel, enables easy and convenient transportation to and from it.

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  • Sunflower


Sunflower Sustainable Investment is a public company engaged in the field of renewable energy. Keystone acquired control of the company in April 2021 and it now serves as Keystone's renewable energy investment division. Sunflower owns and operates five wind farms in Poland, consisting of 24 turbines, with a total production capacity of about 50 MW and 256 photovoltaic (solar) systems with a total production capacity of about 31 MW.

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  • Desalination Facility Ashkelon - VID

Desalination Facility Ashkelon - VID

Keystone Fond owns 50% of VID, the concessionaire of the desalination plant in Ashkelon, the first of its kind in Israel and one of the most advanced in the world. The facility has a maximum production capacity of about 120 million cubic meters of desalinated water per year, for drinking, irrigation and other uses.

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  • The Operator's Group

The Operator's Group

With over 900 kilometers of roads and hundreds of thousands of vehicles traveling on them daily, the The Operator's Group maintains and operates some of the major and most crowded transportation arteries and toll roads in Israel. The ongoing road maintenance ensures a stable revenue, a professional platform for expanding operations and potential for improvement through tenders and new projects.

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  • Eranovum (EV Recharging)

Eranovum (EV Recharging)

Eranovum e-Mobility is a Spanish company, which develops an electric vehicle recharging network across Spain.  Keystone’s investment is intended to be used for the development and construction of Eranovum e-Mobility’s projects.

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  • Cinturion - Fiber Optics

Cinturion - Fiber Optics

Keystone is investing in the TEAS mega project by global fiber-optic provider Cinturion, for the installation of a fiber network between India and Europe running through the Middle East with a total construction cost of over $ 900 million. Cinturion intends to finance the project through down payments from customers for the purchase of fibers.

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