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Jordan: Renewable Energy Opportunities 08/01/13

  • Jordan
  • Energy and infrastructure

08-01-2013

Jordan’s National Energy Strategy highlights the importance of renewable and nuclear energy, with plans to transform the kingdom into a net exporter by 2030. The plans aim to increase the renewable energy share in the energy mix from 2% to 7% by 2015 and to 20% by 2020.

Jordan has tremendous renewable energy potential which can only be realised by large-scale investments. Both wind and solar will form part of the projects for investment in the Jordanian economy. The adoption in April 2012 of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Law (REEL) by Jordan’s Parliament envisaged an increase in private-sector investment in renewable energy in Jordan.

See below details on current tender opportunities (invitations are copies of the published versions by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR)).

ITT for Grid Connected PV Plant at Azraq/Jordan

Invitation to Tender no. 15/T/2012

The Hashemite kingdom of Jordan Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (“MEMR”) have launched a tender to establish a grid connected Photovoltaic Solar Plant at Azraq/Jordan.

The MEMR invites Spanish and other nationalities, firms or entities to participate in this tender for the design, supply, construction, commissioning and warranty of a grid connected solar PV plant that is to be carried out on a turnkey basis.

Tenders must be delivered to The Tender Committee, MEMR, no later than 12.00 noon Amman time on 31 January 2013.

For further information on this tender, please contact:

Eng. Farouq Al-Hiyari
Secretary General of MEMR/Chairman of the Special Tendering Commmitee
Tel: +962-6-5828971
Fax: +962-6-5821398
Email: generals@memr.gov.jo

Contract for Engineering, Procurement and Construction
for the Jordan Wind Power Project(65 MW to 75 MW)

Invitation to Tender No. 1/T/2013

The Government of Jordan is looking to complement Jordan’s existing wind energy capacity with a wind power project. The Jordan Wind Farm Project (the “Project”) will be located at the area of Maan in the south part of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The project will comprise a capacity of 65 MW to 75 MW.

The Government of Jordan is seeking a company (or companies) of international standing to render engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) turnkey services required to construct and install the Jordan Wind Power Project including but not limited to all required engineering and design, procurement, supply and transportation, construction and installation as well as commissioning of:

  • the wind turbines including LV/MV transformers and control system,
  • the MV and signal cabling system,
  • the MV/HV substation and grid connection including control system,
  • the necessary equipment to interface the project with the electrical network,
  • all required civil works including the construction of the foundations, access roads, wind farm internal roads, crane platforms, substation and O&M building,
  • an operation and management contract for the wind farm.

The Government of Jordan welcomes participation from international, Jordanian and other regional contractors.

Applications for prequalification should be submitted in clearly marked envelopes and delivered to the address below by 12:00 local time on 30th January 2013.

Interested parties may obtain the prequalification documents in English on the submission of a written application to the address below:

Eng. Farouq Al-Hiyari
Secretary General
Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources
Jabal Amman, 7th Circle, Zahran Street
P.O. Box 140027, Amman 11814, Jordan
Eng. Farouq Al-Hiyari, Secretary General
E-mail: generals@memr.gov.jo
Telephone: 962-6-5828971
Fax: 962-6- 5821398

If you have any queries on these tender opportunities and require further advice in the Middle East please contact:

Michelle T Davies
Head of Clean Energy and Sustainability
Tel: +44 292 047 7553
Intl: +44 292 047 7553
michelletdavies@eversheds.com

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