Swedish thermal energy storage developer Azelio on Monday outlined plans to deploy about 25 MW of its systems in Jordan through 2023 under a newly agreed commercial collaboration. The company said it has agreed on a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with local general contracting firm Hussein Atieh & Sons Co [...]
The World Bank and the Ministry of Environment of Jordan will co-host a conference on September 18-19, 2018 under the patronage of H.E Nayef Hmeidi Al Fayez, focused on the industrial and commercial potential of Concentrating Solar Heat (CSH). The total global demand for heat for commercial and industrial [...]
Industrial Solar GmbH (ISG, Freiburg, Germany) installed a fresnel collector system for direct steam generation at RAM Pharma (RAM) in Sahab, Jordan.
Of the agreed renewable energy capacity, 220 MW are from photovoltaic solar energy projects, 225 MW from concentrated solar power (CSP) and 395 MW are from wind energy.
North African and Middle East Countries Poised to Upgrade Concentrated Solar Power Use with AfDB, World Bank, and CIF Support
The workshop presented an important opportunity for the five countries to discuss ways to deepen their effective use of CSP as a means to transform their national and regional energy paths.
Jordanian officials to discuss role solar can play in their developing energy mix at MENASOL 2013 (14-15 May, Dubai).
The report offers solar energy (PV and Concentrating Solar Power) project details for each market along with country-specific demand forecasts to 2017.
Jordan has long been mooted as a future concentrated solar power stronghold – and a recent deal with Abu Dhabi based renewable energy company Masdar has verified their confidence in the technology.
The Kingdom of Jordan has adopted a system of feed-in tariffs for renewable energy generation including solar photovoltaics (PV) and concentrating solar power (CSP).
A majority of the respondents cited Photovoltaic (PV) as the main solar technology for the region followed by concentrating solar power (CSP).
Renewable energy currently contributes less than 1 per cent of Jordan's energy mix, according to experts, who indicate that the Kingdom has significant amounts of untapped wind power and solar energy.
Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia have joined together to expedite the deployment of concentrated solar power (CSP) and exploit the region's vast solar energy resources.
Jordan and Israel are planning to build on a large concentrating solar thermal power plant on their border, Israeli press said Monday.