China's energy storage network news: the most foreign media report has been signed in recent days by Saleh Al Kharabsha, Jordan's minister of energy and mineral resources.
It is understood that Philadelphia Solar, a Jordanian photovoltaic manufacturer and contract energy manager, is building a 11MW photovoltaic power station and will install its 320Wp multi-crystal components and single-axis trackers for the project.
The project plans to support the 12MWh lithium-ion battery, which will be used to cut peak filling.
The power company has signed a 20-year purchase agreement.
It is reported that Jordan has a shortage of energy resources and relies heavily on imports of fossil fuels from its neighbors.
Jordan has long used diesel and fuel to generate electricity, but the recent announcement of a renewable energy bid would help ease its dependence on fossil fuels.