Commercial Solar Systems

Government regulation for business grade solar power systems permits business owners with available roof space (preferably over 400 m2 ) and suitable electrical infrastructure to install a system of up to 55kW and sell the self-produced energy to the IEC.
The tariff for this regulation is set to 52.6 agoras (Israeli cent) per manufactured KwH, making the return on investment period total between 5 to 6 years.

A business grade solar power system is considered a safe and solid investment, and therefore banks offer special loans with reduced interest for financing up to 100% of the cost of implementation, with the system’s future profits as the only collateral requested.
Ormash offers its customers full assistance in negotiating the best deal from the financing bank.

  • Mishmeret, commercial system

    Mishmeret, commercial system

  • Kibutz Mizra – 3 Commercial Systems

    Kibutz Mizra – 3 Commercial Systems

  • Kibutz Nir Galim, 3 Commercial Systems

    Kibutz Nir Galim, 3 Commercial Systems

  • Sde Ya’akov, Commercial System

    Sde Ya’akov, Commercial System

  • Kibutz Usha, Commercial System

    Kibutz Usha, Commercial System

  • Kibutz Na’an, 5 Commercial Systems

    Kibutz Na’an, 5 Commercial Systems

  • Kibutz Yakum – 3 Commercial Systems

    Kibutz Yakum – 3 Commercial Systems

  • Amka, Commercial System No. 2

    Amka, Commercial System No. 2

  • Amka, Commercial System No. 1

    Amka, Commercial System No. 1

  • Porat, Commercial System

    Porat, Commercial System

  • Ein Horesh, Commercial System

    Ein Horesh, Commercial System

  • Kibbutz Mishmar Hasharon, Commercial System

    Kibbutz Mishmar Hasharon, Commercial System

  • Barkan, Medium Commercial System

    Barkan, Medium Commercial System

  • Avigdor, Medium System

    Avigdor, Medium System

  • Kibbutz Tlalim, Meduim System

    Kibbutz Tlalim, Meduim System

  • Kibbutz Reim, Medium System

    Kibbutz Reim, Medium System

  • Romania, Medium System

    Romania, Medium System

  • Mishmeret, Medium System

    Mishmeret, Medium System

Medium Solar Systems

Government regulation for medium size solar power systems permitted the implementation of systems varying in sizes between 51kW up to 8MW, installed on rooftops or suitable lands.
This regulation has recently ended, but the Electricity Regulatory Authority stated that a renewed regulation will become effective in the course of this year, and will be based on the former regulation.
The tariff for the new regulation will not be predetermined, instead it will be set in a bid.
Owners of large roof spaces (Over 2500 m2) or land in the south of the country will be able to capitalize on solar power systems and enjoy a steady income.

Solar energy enterprises yield high revenues with a return on investment period totalling between 6 to 8 years. Since an investment in solar power systems is considered extremely safe, banks offer low interest, high percentage financing, making the ROI of equity capital as short as 4-5 years.

Ormash takes pride in its rich experience in planning and implementing solar power systems of these sizes both in Israel and overseas.
In addition, Ormash is an investor in medium size systems and seeks to form business partnerships with roof space or land owners for the purpose of joint solar power projects.
We offer leasing deals (No investment on roof/land owner’s part) or full partnerships (Mutual investment).

Domestic Solar Systems

Government regulation for household solar power systems allows any homeowner with available roof space (preferably over 100 m2) to install a solar power system of up to 16.5kW and sell the produced power to the IEC.
At 64 agoras (Israeli cent) per manufactured KwH, the tariff for household systems is the highest, setting the return on investment period at approximately 7 years.
The solar power system can be installed on any roof type – concrete, metal, tiled or shingled roofs. The solar panels absorb most of the sunlight that hits the roof, causing a cooling effect. This means that in addition to the income generated from selling your self-produced power, there are also considerable savings in air-conditioning expenses during the summer.

Investment in home-grade solar power system is considered very safe and solid, which is why banks offer special loans featuring high financing percentage, covering up to 100% of the cost, While keeping interest low.
Ormash offers its customers full assistance in negotiating the best deal from the financing bank.
A solar power system is safe for home implementation – it does not emit electromagnetic radiation and does not put the inhabitants in any radiation related danger.

Additionally, a rooftop mounted solar power system raises the value of a house by representing a stable passive income.

Ormash planned and implemented dozens of home-grade solar power systems both locally and abroad. In addition, we monitor, service and maintain many more working systems.

  • Netanya, Domestic System

    Netanya, Domestic System

  • Sgula, Domestic System

    Sgula, Domestic System

  • Gedera, Domestic System No.2

    Gedera, Domestic System No.2

  • Even Sapir, Domestic System

    Even Sapir, Domestic System

  • Kfar Varburg, Domestic System No.3

    Kfar Varburg, Domestic System No.3

  • Mazkeret Batya, Domestic System

    Mazkeret Batya, Domestic System

  • Kfar Yona, Domestic System

    Kfar Yona, Domestic System

  • Tzur Moshe, Domestic System No.3

    Tzur Moshe, Domestic System No.3

  • Tel-Mond, Domestic System

    Tel-Mond, Domestic System

  • Tzur Moshe, Domestic System No.1 & No.2

    Tzur Moshe, Domestic System No.1 & No.2

  • Kidron, Domestic System No.1

    Kidron, Domestic System No.1

  • Givat Yearim, Domestic System No.1 & No.2

    Givat Yearim, Domestic System No.1 & No.2

Independent Solar Systems

Fully self-sufficient solar power systems can be implemented in locations where a connection to the IEC’s power grid is unavailable.
Depending on physical features available, almost any sized system can be installed – from just a few watts to hundreds of kilowatts.

An independent solar power system is different than a system that connects and feeds the IEC’s grid, independent system includes power storage batteries and charging regulators.
Consequently, the cost of an independent system is higher than that of regular one, but still far more cost-effective than the alternative of using a generator or installing a new infrastructure for a power grid connection.

In the industrial sector, we mainly work with bus companies on planning and implementing solar powered information interfaces that are installed at bus stations nationwide, as well as recharging terminals for magnetic transport cards.
An independent solar power system offers the advantage of quick implementation, unlike the long months it takes to acquire the permits and install the infrastructure for a power grid connection. The overhead costs of a solar power system are considerably low.
Ormash provides additional solutions such as solar power systems for CCTV, irrigation computers and other electrically powered equipment located in remote areas.

In the private sector, we serve homeowners that are unable to connect to the national power grid. We supply our customers with end-to-end solutions that fully support a household’s power consumption, including air-conditioning and heating.
We’ve also planned and implemented solar power systems for house trailers, as well as for religious households that wished to disconnect from the IEC’s grid on Sabbath.

Net Metering

Available for the first time in Israel, the regulated Net Meter allows consumers to produce solar electricity for their own consumption indefinitely, with little restriction on the size and production capacity of the systems.
The self-produced power is converted into credits with which you can pay the electric bill. Excess electricity does not have to be used immediately and can be deducted from power consumption at other locations associated with the account.

This regulation is the first in the ‘Grid Parity’ age, where the rate of solar power is lower or equal to that of conventional electric power – meaning that the tariff given to private solar power manufacturers is equal to the tariff they pay to the IEC.
Considering current electricity rates, it is easy to see the benefits of this 6 to 8 year return on investment.
Moreover, in the event of an increase in electricity rates, the revenue from a private solar power system will increase accordingly.

The Net Meter system can be described as purchasing a “bank” of KwH for a fixed, unchangeable price, with no time limitation or additional fees.

  • Azriel, Net metering 3

    Azriel, Net metering 3

  • Azriel, Net metering 2

    Azriel, Net metering 2

  • Achihud, Net metering system

    Achihud, Net metering system

  • Azriel, Net Metering System

    Azriel, Net Metering System

  • Modi’in, Net Metering System

    Modi’in, Net Metering System

  • Kiryat Motzkin, Net Metering System

    Kiryat Motzkin, Net Metering System

  • Kvutzat Shiller, Net Metering System No. 2

    Kvutzat Shiller, Net Metering System No. 2

  • Even Sapir, Net Metering System

    Even Sapir, Net Metering System

  • Sgula, Net Metering System

    Sgula, Net Metering System

  • Ashkelon, Net Metering System

    Ashkelon, Net Metering System

  • Kvutzat Shiller, Net Metering Sysyem No. 1

    Kvutzat Shiller, Net Metering Sysyem No. 1

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Monitoring and Control

A solar power system is an excellent investment, but in order to maximize your profits the system has to be monitored 24/7. Our team of experts will do that for you.

Solar power systems are usually very reliable and hitch-free, but when problems do occur they can be pricey. This is especially true to older systems that get high rates for the power they produce – every day that the system is down is worth hundreds of dollars.
Often, as we have learned over the years, many malfunctions go unnoticed by system owners until they’ve ended up costing a hefty sum.

Ormash monitors hundreds of systems both in Israel and overseas, across a wide range of converters. Our monitoring and diagnostic team can diagnose any possible malfunction quickly and effectively and either prevent any downtime or reduce it to a minimum.

Service and Maintenance

A solar power system requires little maintenance, but in case of malfunction it’s highly recommended to seek professional service.
Today we know that there are many malfunctions that are hard to diagnose or to pinpoint their cause. These include low production rates, malfunctioning converters and more.
This is especially true to older systems that get high rates for the power they produce – every day that the system doesn’t produce at full capacity is worth hundreds of dollars.

Our service and maintenance crew has the best equipment available (Thermal imaging, PV analyzers for faulty panel diagnosis, etc.) and invaluable experience, enabling them to fix any malfunction quickly and efficiently.

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