Gamesa will deliver 41 of its G114 2.1MW turbines autumn 2017 on a turnkey basis, with commissioning slated for late 2018. The contract also includes operation and maintenance services for a 20-year period.
The project will cost around $185 million.
Debt finance is being provided by the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development to the tune of $70 million, backed up by loans of $50 million from Proparco and $19.4 million from the German Investment and Development Corporation (DEG).
Al Rajef was developed by Green Watts, a subsidiary of Dubai-based Alcazar Energy, under the first round of Jordan's renewable energy feed-in-tariff programme.
Green Watts signed a 20-year power purchase agreement with national utility NEPCO in 2015, but the project has been held up because of lack of grid capacity.