Jordan issues new 100MW tender

JORDAN: The ministry of energy has called for expressions of interest to build, own and operate two 50MW projects in the south of the country, at locations selected by the applicants.

Jordan is targetting 1.2GW of operating wind capacity by 2020 (JWPC)
Jordan is targetting 1.2GW of operating wind capacity by 2020 (JWPC)

Google Translate

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).

The previous call for projects was cancelled due to lack of grid capacity. However, work has now started on a grid upgrade, slated for completion in 2018.

Jordan is aiming at 1.2GW of operating wind capacity by 2020.

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Sign up now
Already registered?
Sign in

Latest news

Partner content