With approximately 300 hours of sun per month, the potential for using solar energy is very high in Jordan
Given that the energy supply is currently dependent above all on imported oil and natural gas, the desert state is intent on increasing its energy independence through renewable energies. The solar photovoltaic (PV) plant, located in the Hashemite Development area of Jordan. It will supply 42,000 households with clean energy and mitigate at least 100,000 tonnes in annual CO2 emissions. The solar energy that is generated will be fed into the national grid over 20 years as part of a long-term supply agreement.
100000 CO2 Emissions saved
74 Million dollars total cost
42000 Homes enpowered