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Jordan’s Classic Fashion commissions 5.5MWp solar park
Covering an area of 143,000 square metres, the park will generate 12,500 megawatt-hours of clean energy in the first year of operation, equivalent to reducing carbon emissions by 8,750 tonnes
ACWA Power commences commercial operations at Risha PV in Jordan
The USD 68 million solar plant with a capacity of 50 MW marked Commercial Operation Date (COD) on schedule
GCCIA seals power interconnection agreement with Egypt and Jordan
MoU signed between the three parties for tripartite power grid during the 13th meeting of the Arab Ministerial Council for Electricity in Cairo
EBRD grants $35 for mega solar project in Jordan
The solar plants have been developed by the Jordanian company Kawar Investment, engineered, procured and constructed by Kawar Energy and are located in the King Hussein Bin Talal Development Area in Mafraq and Amman, at a total capacity of 37 Mega Watt peak (MWp)
Renewable energy projects in Jordan to generate 2,400 MW by 2021
According to a report published on the ministry’s website, renewable sources contribute to 11% of the country’s total energy needs at present, a hike of 1% over corresponding 2014 figures.
UAE’s Yellow Door Energy, Majid Al Futtaim partner to Supply Solar Power to Carrefour Stores in Jordan
The 17-megawatt build-own-operate-transfer (BOOT) wheeling agreement will provide Carrefour stores located in Amman, Zarqa, Madaba and Al-Salt with 29 gigawatt-hours of clean energy in the first year of operation, meeting 100% of the retailer’s electricity needs in those areas
UAE's AMEA Power Achieves Financial Close on 50MW Al Husainiyah Solar Park in Jordan
The Al Husainiyah project is sponsored by AMEA Power, as the lead developer and majority owner (70%) and Jordan-based Philadelphia Solar (30%)
Acwa Power Zarqa combined cycle power plant in Jordan starts operations
It is capable of operating at over 51% combined cycle efficiency, leading to lower fuel consumption and fewer emissions per megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity generated
Al Rajef Wind Farm (ARWF) achieves Commercial Operation Date (COD)
The ARWF 86.1MW wind project located in South Jordan completes construction and enters commercial operation. It will serve the average annual electricity needs of more than 53,000 households
Saudi-funded solar project in Jordan to be completed in June
Jordan wants to increase the amount of electricity it sources through renewable and sustainable sources, such as solar

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