Mustakbal clean tech and Phoenix Solar grid connect Jordan's largest PV plant

Mustakbal Clean Tech (“Mustakbal”), Jordan’s leading PV installer has completed a 1.028MWp solar photovoltaic (“PV”) plant at the Ma’an Development Area in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in parternship with Phoenix Solar, Singapore.

The solar PV plant is located within the Residential Community adjacent to the King Hussein University, one of the clusters of the Ma’an Development Area and is owned by the Ma’an Development Company (“MDC”), responsible for the development of this special economic zone.
The PV plant will generate approximately 2’000MWh of electricity annually, to meet 100% of the student dormitory's power consumption, turning the Residential Community into Jordan's first zero-energy dormitory and an excellent showcase for PV technology.

The project, the first MW-scale PV project in Jordan, was completed within schedule and with no disruption to student life at the Residential Community.

“The installation was completed and commissioned on time, and within the highest standards thanks to the outstanding support and partnership with MDC (the owner), The National Energy Research Centre (the project consultant), and our suppliers and implementation partners that were instrumental to the project success resulting in a high quality installation. We are proud to be the first utility scale installer in Jordan”, said Ala Qubain, CEO of Mustakbal

MDC will benefit from the net-metering regulations introduced through the Jordanian net metering renewable energy law. This will reduce its electricity bills from day one and will result in a payback time of 3 years; showing the clear economic benefits of solar PV in a country with high electricity prices and excellent solar resources.

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