our people

engaging our most valuable resources

Although Ormat’s renewable energy is powered by nature, we know it’s the people who fuel our success. We foster a work environment that encourages individual growth, teamwork and innovation. Our top priority is always the health and safety of our employees around the world.

did you know?

Women only account for 16% of the traditional energy sector, despite making up 39% of the global labor force. (Source: iea.org)


We’re dedicated to creating a workplace environment that is safe, diverse, and inclusive. We’re proud to have 30% women at the VP level and 19% overall at Ormat.


We’re a sponsor and board member of Women in Geothermal (WING), a global network that promotes gender equality in the industry. We’re also a member of the Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET), which works to accelerate women to management positions within the sector.


In addition, we’re working to encourage women to enter the field through our work in high schools and universities, with the goal of supporting a more equal energy sector.

did you know?

In 2022, we introduced a campaign to prevent hand injuries - a common injury across all industries. We introduced new tools and safety equipment designed to prevent hand and finger injuries and raised awareness of the issue.


Health and safety is a top priority and we’re dedicated to creating a safe working environment.


We’re committed to establishing a comprehensive health and safety framework tailored to the specific needs of our power plants and manufacturing facilities. We aim to equip all employees with the necessary resources to foster a secure work environment.


We continue to have a decrease in injuries and maintain zero fatalities year over year.  

did you know?

In 2022 we presented a 37% decrease in our TRIR rate compared to 2021


We believe diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging are key components for developing innovative, multifaceted ideas and for supporting every employee.


We’re committed to providing equal opportunities in hiring and career development, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or other attributes. This is clearly expressed in our commitments to anti-discrimination, equal gender pay, and enabling free association of labor organizations.


We’ve also created a DEIB Committee and conduct mandatory DEIB training.