Jordan: Water Photovoltaic Plants (PV) for Pumping Stations Project
Due to the regional socio-economic situation, and the current high influx of Syrian refugees, Jordan is facing a severe humanitarian and development crisis. The water sector institutions are putting substantial effort in managing the situation and improving the service quality, as such enhancing the financial and operational performance of the sector is essential.
This project increases the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix and develops the needed infrastructure and technology for supplying sustainable energy which consequently supports improving financial performance of the water sector. The objective is to install photovoltaic (PV) plants for pumping stations as a mechanism to reduce the energy costs and the financial load on the water sector
Water and Environment
Dorsch International Consultants
Water Authority of Jordan (WAJ)
Preparation of tender documents and support during tender procedures for the establishment of PV plants for 2 pump stations and its subsequent operation and maintenance for 2 years.
- DISI pump station located within the well field – 33 MW based on a wheeling mechanism plus 1MWh battery storage facility
- Additional battery storage facility at a suitable location
- Zara Ma’in pump station – 1 MW