Part of Mashav Initiation and Development, Mashav Energy is in charge of the group’s operations in the energy sector. The company’s parent group also operates in the Israeli cement industry through Nesher Israel’s first and largest cement producer.
Mashav Initiation and Development is owned by Clal Industries, part of Access Industries, a US industrial group with strategic holdings worldwide.

Ownership structure



Dan Rafaely


Rafaely has held top-ranking management positions in the heavy process industry and managed complex engineering projects in the cement and energy industries. Among other achievements, Rafaely led and oversaw the engineering, commercial, and regulatory aspects of founding the Nesharim power plant.

Rafaely has a B.Sc. in electrical engineering (cum laude) from the Technion and an MBA from Bar-Ilan University.

Eldad Ben Moshe


Ben-Moshe has vast experience in founding and managing large industrial companies. Over the years, he has held senior management positions in leading companies in the tech, finance, service, and manufacturing sectors. In 2007, Ben-Moshe founded Inrom Industries Ltd., one of Israel’s largest industrial groups. The group manufactures, imports, markets, and distributes a wide range of products and solutions for the construction sector. The group includes Ytong Industries, Carmit Mister Fix, Nirlat Paint, Alony Marble, Ordan Industries, and Orlite Industries.

In addition to being chairman of Mashav Energy, Ben-Moshe is also CEO of Mashav Initiation and Development and of Nesher, Israel’s leading cement producer.

Tomer Grossman

Head of Finance and Regulation

Grossman has a bachelor’s (cum laude) and a master’s degree in economics research. He has held various finance-related positions in government-owned and publicly traded companies, including NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System and Maccabi Healthcare Services. As Head of Finance and Regulation, Grossman oversees the regulatory, commercial, and financial aspects of the company’s operation. He is well-versed in the energy and natural gas industries, having the perspective of both a private energy producer and a factory connected to the gas delivery network.