EP Global Energy’s Tafila Wind Farm, the first and largest utility-scale operational wind farm in the Kingdom of Jordan, commenced commercial operations on 16 September 2015.
The Prime Minister of Jordan, Dr. Abdullah Ensour laid the cornerstone of the Tafila wind farm project, at a groundbreaking ceremony attended by government officials and representatives from the project’s sponsors, lenders, advisors and contractors…
Jordan is poor in natural resources and imports over 97% of its energy. Regime change in Egypt highlighted its dependence on Egyptian gas, which was disrupted following the explosion of a gas pipeline in Sinai in 2013.
The 117 MW wind farm is being developed by Jordan Wind Project Company, an investment by InfraMed, Masdar and EP Global Energy Ltd Amman, Jordan-27 November, 2014 Jordan Wind Project Company (JWPC) today signed the financing agreement to begin construction ofthe Middle East’s first utility-scale wind-power project. Located in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan,the 117MW […]
The first large-scale renewable energy IPP in Jordan, the JWPC Tafila Wind Farm, is receiving strong European, regional and international support of USD 220 million, representing almost 77 per cent of the total cost of the project.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has finalized a $221 million debt package to support the development of a pioneering wind farm in Jordan, part of an effort boost the country’s supply of renewable energy and encourage economic development.
AMMAN — Energy Minister Alaa Batayneh on Wednesday unveiled plans for the country’s first private sector renewable energy projects as part of efforts to ease the Kingdom’s ongoing energy crunch. At a press conference Batayneh said the government launched talks with two private sector firms to establish a 10 megawatt (MW) solar plant in the […]
The project consists of the construction, operation and maintenance of a 117 MW wind farm and associated facilities in the Tafila region of Jordan…
EPGE and its Jordan Project company JWPC, singed a Mandate with the European Investment Bank for the financing of its proposed 117 MW Tafila wind farm in Jordan. EIB will be participating as part of the lenders syndicate led by the IFC.
InfraMed and EPGE have established a joint-venture special purpose vehicle (SPV) to develop and deliver the Jordanian wind project, the first and largest privately financed wind farm in the country.