Abdul Latif Jameel unit launches solar plants in Jordan
the Mafraq I and Empire photovoltaic solar plants of 50 MW AC each in Jordan. The Mafraq I and Empire projects, awarded in the second round of the
Nov 4, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Jordan, Asia, Abdul Latif Jameel, Fotowatio Renewable Ventures, Omar Al Razzaz, Tristn Higuero, Raad Al Saady
Orange Jordan adds 37 MW of solar under ‘wheeling’ scheme
private-to-private solar projects to meet industrial power demand. Jordanian telecom operator Orange Jordan will use a 37 MW solar project to
Aug 1, 2019 // Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Solar, EBRD, Orange Jordan, Kawar Investment, Hussein Bin Talal, Mafraq, Amman, Jordan, Asia
Yellow Door Energy raised $31.2 million to develop distributed PV projects in Jordan
the development, construction and operation of a portfolio of 8 PV plants in Jordan. The financing is matched by a car loan of approximately $5 million offered by
Feb 9, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Germany, EBRD, Europe, Asia, pv projects, UAE, Yellow Door Energy, DEG
ACWA Power switches on 50 MW solar farm in Jordan
group ACWA Power has ended building a 50 MW PV electricity plant in Risha, Jordan. The business stated in a media release the solar park began commercial
Dec 12, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Jordan, Asia, ACWA Power, NEPCO
Jordan turns off all huge range solar
magazine has actually found out the Jordanian authorities have actually bought via a round the interference of all the country's solar energy plants due to the
Mar 31, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Policy, Jordan, Asia, covid-19, EMRC
UAE tidy energy company gets $50m financing for solar projects
will be used to develop solar energy plants, with crucial emphasis on Jordan and Pakistan. Yellow Door Energy currently has over 110 megawatts of solar
Nov 27, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Asia, UAE, solar projects, Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation, Ahmed Ali Attiga, Jeremy Crane
Cubico acquires 270MW US portfolio from RES
solar investments throughout the southeast US as well as Texas," Lance Jordan, elderly VP of source as well as implementation at Cubico,
Nov 24, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, USA, North America, cubico, res, Lance Jordan
Cranberry farmers want to build solar panels over their bogs
Wisconsin, are proposing to build solar panels above their bogs. Jordan Macknick, an analyst at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Colorado,
Oct 30, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, North America, Jordan Macknick, Michael Wainio
Ideematec materials tracking systems for 100 MW Agri-PV project portfolio to France
of Ideematec. Ideematec has thus far provided its radar to projects in Jordan (250 MW), Australia (350 MW) and also Spain (200 MW), among others. AMDA
Mar 18, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, France, Germany, Europe, Ideematec GmbH, Agri-Photovaltaik project
Philadelphia Solar finishes manufacturing of solar panels for Al Husainiyah project
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
Jan 20, 2021 // Manufacturing News, Commercial, Jordan, Asia, utility-scale, philadelphia solar, PV Power Plant
Jordan launches tender for utility scale solar at Azraq refugee camp
Jordan’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) has opened the tender for a 5 MW solar project it announced for the refugee camp of Azraq in September. MEMR said the tender will be held under the Debt Swap Mechanism on Development the Jordanian government signed with Spain in 2001. “The MEMR invites Spanish and other nationality firms or entities to participate in this tender for the design, supply, construction, commissioning and warranty of the grid connected solar plant that is to be carried out on a turnkey basis,” the tender document read. Developers have until October 17 to submit project proposals. Works for the Azraq-III PV plant will comprise design, supply, construction, commissioning and the first two years of an operations and maintenance warranty. Solar against humanitarian crisis Near the northern border with Syria, the Azraq camp is already powered by two megawatt-scale PV plants, a 2 MW facility completed in May 2018 and a 12.9 MW solar park connected to the grid in October. The power generated by the plants powers lights, heaters, shelters, refrigerators, TVs and power sockets. In a recent interview with pv magazine, Dave Mozersky, CEO and founder of Energy Peace Partners, explained how solar can reduce the costs of electricity for humanitarian missions in regions such as Syria, South Sudan, the Congo, Somalia, Myanmar and Yemen. “If humanitarian missions and UN camps may rely on its own energy provided by solar, they would not have to depend on local diesel and fuel suppliers which can be involved in local war economies,” Mozersky said. “Apart from being cheaper, this would also help reduce their carbon footprint in areas which are traditionally plagued by pollution and natural disasters, and help introduce new renewable energy infrastructure to fragile regions.”
Sep 6, 2019 // Plants, Spain, tender, Europe, MEMR, Azraq, Dave Mozersky
Suntech backs meteocontrol link-up to flourish in the Middle East
taking aim specifically at markets including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Jordan and Bahrain. This has contributed towards the firm collaborating with a
Mar 3, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, manufacturing, O&M, c-si manufacturing, monocrystalline wafer, middle east, Dubai, Suntech, meteocontrol, Vincent Cao
COVID delaying brand-new solar funding, but could a Biden overhaul alleviate the logjam?
and the logistical concerns they presented. This was worsened by Lance Jordan of Cubico Sustainable Investments, that stated solar building cycles had
Nov 18, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, ITC, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, covid-19, pandemic, president trump, marathon capital, alchemy renewable energy, sunlight general capital, Jonathan Gross, Ammad Faisal
AMEA to deploy 500MW wind and 200MW solar Egyptian projects
currently constructing two renewable power plants in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. These are a 51.75-megawatt wind project and a photovoltaic installation with
Dec 13, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, PPA, Asia, Africa, Egypt, amea power, kom ombo, Togo, Aswan, ani, eetc
UK company to construct 'carbon-neutral' Neom desalination plant
468km of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aqaba coastline. It will likewise cross into Jordan and Egypt. The plans consist of the King Salman Bridge that will connect Saudi
Feb 4, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Saudi Arabia, UK, Europe, Asia, desalination, Neom, Nadhmi al-Nasr