According to bank documents, the investment involves provision of a loan to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, to be extended to the National Electric Power Company (NEPCO) to assist Jordan in reforming and developing its electricity sector. The Project will support NEPCO to adapt its operations to allow for further development of renewable energy in Jordan and to improve the sector's sustainability.
The proceeds of the Bank's loan will be used for NEPCO to
Up to USD 200 million of the proceeds will be applied to refinance short term debt.
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Nisreen Abu Aboud
National Electric Power Company 275 Zahran Street P. O. Box 2310 Amman 11181 # Jordan
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