Jordanian energy minister, Mohammad Hamed has said the government will choose four companies out of 45 qualified local and international firms to build 50-megawatt (MW) solar-run power plants, Jordan Times has reported. “When we get the offers, specialised teams will start assessing them. We expect to announce the winning companies in September this year,” Hamed said. The four 50-MW solar-run power stations will be located in the Mafraq Development Zone and the north-eastern region of the kingdom, he added.
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