PVH powers green energy in Jordan and Kuwait with 100W!

By Oliver Townsend May 28, 2024
PVH to supply 100W to Green Sources Investment and Alternative Energy Projects Co for Solar Projects in Jordan and Kuwait.jpegOrginal image from: https://solarquarter.com/2024/05/28/pvh-to-supply-100w-to-green-sources-investment-and-alternative-energy-projects-co-for-solar-projects-in-jordan-and-kuwait/

Solar tracker manufacturer PVH Middle East has recently announced its partnership with Green Sources Investment and Alternative Energy Projects Co (AEPCo) as the tracker supplier for solar PV projects in Jordan and Kuwait. This collaboration signifies a significant milestone for PVH in the region, showcasing its growth as a leader in the local solar industry.

The Collaboration with GSI and AEPCo

By supplying 100MW of its advanced Axone Duo Infinity solar tracker, PVH will play a crucial role in the success of these projects. The joint effort between the companies highlights a commitment to renewable energy development and marks a significant step towards powering operations with sustainable energy sources.

Statement from PVH Middle East

Surmai Kaushik, the Sales VP at PVH Middle East, expressed the company’s satisfaction with this collaboration, emphasizing the importance of partnering with GSI and AEPCo to solidify PVH’s position as a leading solar tracker supplier in the region.

The Masader El Haq Project

One of the projects, the Masader El Haq Project in Jordan, is set to begin construction in July and aims to be fully operational by Q4 2025 with a capacity of 100MW. This project will generate renewable energy to power over 20,000 homes, contributing significantly to global decarbonization efforts.

Green Energy Development in Jordan

Jordan currently generates around 29% of its electricity from wind and solar sources. With a focus on smart grid development and energy storage projects, the country aims to reach 50% of electricity generation from renewables by 2030. Projects like Masader El Haq play a vital role in achieving this goal and position PVH as a key player in the local solar industry.

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