Philadelphia Solar finishes manufacturing of solar panels for Al Husainiyah project
- Philadelphia solar, solar panel and also steel mounting structure maker, it is the first MEA-based company that produces, creates, layouts, constructs, owns as well as operates utility-scale business as well as commercial photovoltaic or pv plants. Al Husainiyah nuclear power plant with a cost of $74 million, 50 MW greenfield solar park located in Ma'an Governorate (200 kilometres south of Amman) in Jordan.
The plant will certainly source over 200,000 panels (330Wp), as the last panel number 200,680 was made in Philadelphia Solar's production center in Jordan. Philadelphia Solar was selected to develop the project under the direct bidding process system with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and the National Electricity Company, and also it was the proprietor of the project with the AMEA power company.
It is worth keeping in mind that the Al Husainiyah Power Generation firm has safeguarded a 20-year PPA for a project in the Ma'an governorate, with the power generated to be offered to Jordan's National Electricity Company, The produced electrical energy is expected to be sufficient to satisfy the demand of 42,000 residences with economical clean energy and stay clear of at least 100,000 tonnes in annual CO2 discharges annually.
The project aimed at supporting the federal government's vision to enhance the protection and also affordability of its power industry by lowering its reliance on expensive imported fossil fuels, it is likewise supported the sustainability and growth of this center, together with the good-quality tasks it provided to about 375 employees, consisting of 26 female workers in management and supervisory positions.
The COD for this project will begin by May 2021.
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