Sixteen Companies Compete for Four Solar Plants in Maan

With the total capacity of 200 MW Jordan has received 16 technical and financial offers to develop four solar power plants in Maan.

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With the total capacity of 200 MW Jordan has received 16 technical and financial offers to develop four solar power plants in Maan.
“said Amani Al Azzam, Secretary General, Jordan’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.
Four will be selected to build solar power plants with a capacity of 50MW each in Maan Development Zone, she added.
“We will embark on assessing the technical offers and announce the shortlisted bidders. Then, we will look into the financial offers and announcing the winning bidders that will carry out these projects,” the official said.
Further, she said, the ministry will announce the names of the winning bidders for the solar plants in the third quarter of this year.
The four solar plants are part of the government’s plan to diversify energy resources and increase the contribution of renewable energy to the overall energy mix in Jordan and reduce the energy bill, she added.
The ministry also extended the deadline until November this year for qualified companies to submit technical and financial offers to build two wind power plants with the capacity of 50MW capacity each.
Among the 14 shortlisted companies the winning bidders will build the plants in the southern parts of the Kingdom.
In order to fulfill its aim to surge renewable energy contribution from meager 3 percent to 10 percent to the total energy mix by 2020, the country has implemented its energy strategy.

 

Source: Jordan Times

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