Bids will be handled under the "direct proposal" process, whereby private-sector developers can submit projects without going through a tender.
Submissions must be in by February, with a decision announced six months later. Preferred candidates will then carry out feasibility studies, including resource assessment, grid connection and negotiating land-access rights.
If all goes well, they will then sign a power purchase agreement for a 20-25 year term at the agreed price, capped at JD0.085/kWh (€0.114/kWh).
Jordan is aiming at 1.2GW of operating wind capacity by 2020.