According to bank documents, the project involves development, construction and operation of a portfolio of solar photovoltaic (PV) plants in Jordan totalling 48MW, which will supply 100% of the electricity generated to five private consumers: Umniah telecom, Carrefour and Safeway supermarkets, Taj Mall retail and Classic Fashion manufacturer.
The project is being developed under the Wheeling Regulations in Jordan, which allow consumers to establish and lease or own renewable energy plants and, if necessary, connect them to the transmission or distribution system at remote locations for the purpose of generating power for their own consumption.
The project is developed under the EBRD SEMED Private Renewable Energy Framework (SPREF), a USD 250 million framework designed to finance private developers of renewable energy providing electricity to private consumers in SEMED countries.
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