Jordan Premium Partner of IBC SOLAR installs a solar plant for a gas station

Jordan Premium Partner of IBC SOLAR AG, has installed a solar plant with 100 kilowatt peak for a gas station located near Amman.

The PV plant contributes to the national independence strategy of the monarchy.

353 facing south have been installed on the roof of the gas station near Airport Bridge. The PV plant is meant to produce around 15,000 kilowatt hours monthly which are feed into the public grid. The PV plant contributes to climate protection with an annual CO2 saving of 59 tons.

To ensure high quality of the components and high yields during the whole life cycle of the plant of approx. 25 years, MIRNA decided on modules from the German system provider IBC SOLAR. The monocrystalline modules of the type IBC MonoSol 295 VL offer high performance at a competitive price. In order to meet high profitability and yield requirements, the modules are subject to the strictest quality requirements that are regularly tested and certified by independent institutes like Fraunhofer ISE. Thanks to a good economic design with high yields, the investor can expect a payback period of 38 months.

Jordan is heavily dependent on imports. The national independence strategy therefore envisages massively strengthening the expansion of energies and generating a large part of the steadily growing demand of its 7.6 million inhabitants from its own regenerative sources. To this end, by 2020, ten percent of the plant mix is to be covered by energies. Solar is to be expanded to 600 megawatts.

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