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Japan to finance 200 MW Jordan solar plant
by Tildy Bayar, Features Editor
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26 January 2018
On 26 January 2018 Power Engineering International reported:
Japan's International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is set to finance a 200 MW solar PV plant in Jordan after signing a loan agreement this week. The $260m plant, which will be Jordan's largest, is being developed in the Al-Muwaqqar district in Amman governorate by special-purpose firm Baynouna Solar Energy Company (BSEC). . . BSEC will build and operate the plant, which aims to promote the country's diversification of power sources and is expected to generate 563 GWh per year ... the plant will advance Jordan's target of producing 15 per cent of its domestic electricity needs from renewable sources.
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