Jordan on Wednesday invited expressions of interest in building six wind and solar energy power plants with a total capacity of 300 megawatts (MW).
Companies with experience in the field are invited to apply to build four solar-run power plants with a total capacity of 50MW each and two wind plants with a 50MW capacity each, Energy Minister Ibrahim Saif said at a conference by Edama Association to launch the first Clean Technology Sector Report for Jordan and the Clean Energy Investment Policy Review of Jordan.
With these projects, total capacity of renewable energy projects will reach 1,600MW by 2020, which is in line with the government’s energy strategy in this regard.
Read the full article by Mohammad Ghazal via The Jordan Times.
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