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Jordan 12 Photovoltaic Power Plants Unveiled
- May 18, 2017 -

According to the Jordan Times, Jordanian King Abdullah II on May 14 for a number of solar energy projects unveiled, including 12 photovoltaic power stations, will produce 200 megawatts of electricity, a total investment of more than 400 million about the first.

The initial phase of the project included the construction of the first solar park in the Ma'an Development Zone, covering an area of about 50,000 square kilometers and will build 10 power stations with a capacity of 170 megawatts. The other two power stations will be built in the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Administrative Committee and the Mofrak Province, the Hosa area, with generating capacity of 10 MW and 20 MW, respectively.

According to the statement, the solar thermal park investment of about 350 million about the first, is the region's largest commercial level in the operation of the solar park, can provide 150 jobs.