Jordan powers up giant solar plant, as Enerray seeks to unlock region's 'huge potential'

Michael Holder
Jordan powers up giant solar plant, as Enerray seeks to unlock region's 'huge potential'

Project led by Italian firm Enerray and Saudi renewable energy company Desert Technologies connects to Jordanian national grid

A 23.1MW solar plant covering a surface area of half a million square metres has been connected to Jordan's national grid, the developers of the project have announced. Led by Saudi renewable energy...

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