Jordan Solar One

In-Operation

Location

Mafraq, Jordan

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

1 x 24MWdc, 3 x 11MWdc

OffTaker

National Electric Power Company

Commisioning Date

September 2016

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Detail

Adenium was one of nine companies chosen to develop solar power projects in Jordan, after the 2012 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient Law saw the country become the Middle East’s first independent power producer nation.

In collaboration with our partners Etihad Bank and Kingdom Electricity Company, we developed and financed four solar photovoltaic projects that added a total of 57MWdc of clean, renewable energy generation capacity to Jordan’s grid.

Part of Round 1 of the country’s renewable energy implementation program, the assets are all now in operation.

Project details

  • 24MWdc solar PV plant in Mafraq, 120km from the capital city of Amman
  • PV modules: SunTech polycrystalline
  • Single-axis tracking system: Ideematec
  • Inverter and transformer system: ABB
  • The plant spans circa 60 hectares of land area
  • It produces 51 GWh of energy annually
  • The electricity it provides could power more than 10,000 households
  • EPC and O&M contractor: Martifer Solar
  • 20-year power purchase agreement contracted with National Electric Power Company
  • Non-recourse project financed by the International Finance Corporation (lead arranger), Finnfund, and the OPEC Fund for International Development
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Al Zanbaq

In-Operation

Location

Ma'an, Jordan

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

1 x 24MWdc, 3 x 11MWdc

OffTaker

National Electric Power Company

Commisioning Date

September 2016

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Detail

Adenium was one of nine companies chosen to develop solar power projects in Jordan, after the 2012 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient Law saw the country become the Middle East’s first independent power producer nation.

In collaboration with our partners Etihad Bank and Kingdom Electricity Company, we developed and financed four solar photovoltaic projects that added a total of 50MWac of clean, renewable energy generation capacity to Jordan’s grid.

Part of Round 1 of the country’s renewable energy implementation program, the assets are all now in operation.

Project details:

  • 10MWac solar PV plant in the Ma’an Development Area, 250km from the capital city of Amman
  • PV modules: SunTech polycrystalline
  • Single-axis tracking system: Ideematec
  • Inverter and transformer system: ABB
  • The plant spans 26 hectares of land area
  • It produces 26 GWh of energy annually
  • The electricity it provides could power more than 5,000 households
  • EPC and O&M Contractor: Martifer Solar
  • 20-year power purchase agreement contracted with National Electric Power Company
  • Non-recourse project financed by the International Finance Corporation (lead arranger)
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Zahrat Al Salam

In-Operation

Location

Ma'an, Jordan

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

1 x 24MWdc, 3 x 11MWdc

OffTaker

National Electric Power Company

Commisioning Date

September 2016

More Information

Detail

 

Adenium was one of nine companies chosen to develop solar power projects in Jordan, after the 2012 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient Law saw the country become the Middle East’s first independent power producer nation.

In collaboration with our partners Etihad Bank and Kingdom Electricity Company, we developed and financed four solar photovoltaic projects that added a total of 57MWdc of clean, renewable energy generation capacity to Jordan’s grid.

Part of Round 1 of the country’s renewable energy implementation program, the assets are all now in operation.

Project details:

  • 11MWdc solar PV plant in the Ma’an Development Area, 250km from the capital city of Amman
  • PV modules: SunTech polycrystalline
  • Single-axis tracking system: Ideematec
  • Inverter and transformer system: ABB
  • The plant spans 26 hectares of land area
  • It produces 26 GWh of energy annually
  • The electricity it provides could power more than 5,000 households
  • EPC and O&M Contractor: Martifer Solar
  • 20-year power purchase agreement contracted with National Electric Power Company
  • Non-recourse project financed by the International Finance Corporation (lead arranger)
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Al Ward Al Joury

In-Operation

Location

Ma'an, Jordan

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

1 x 24MWdc, 3 x 11MWdc

OffTaker

National Electric Power Company

Commisioning Date

September 2016

More Information

Detail

Adenium was one of nine companies chosen to develop solar power projects in Jordan, after the 2012 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient Law saw the country become the Middle East’s first independent power producer nation.

In collaboration with our partners Etihad Bank and Kingdom Electricity Company, we developed and financed four solar photovoltaic projects that added a total of 57MWdc of clean, renewable energy generation capacity to Jordan’s grid.

Part of Round 1 of the country’s renewable energy implementation program, the assets are all now in operation.

Project details:

  • 11MWdc solar PV plant in the Ma’an Development Area, 250km from the capital city of Amman
  • PV modules: SunTech polycrystalline
  • Single-axis tracking system: Ideematec
  • Inverter and transformer system: ABB
  • The plant spans 26 hectares of land area
  • It produces 26 GWh of energy annually
  • The electricity it provides could power more than 5,000 households
  • EPC and O&M Contractor: Martifer Solar
  • 20-year power purchase agreement contracted with National Electric Power Company
  • Non-recourse project financed by the International Finance Corporation (lead arranger)
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Kawasaki PV Plant

In-Operation

Location

Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

20 MWdc

OffTaker

Kyushu Electric Power Company

Commisioning Date

August 2015

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Detail

Japan is a key region for Adenium – we aim to reach to a 250MW PV portfolio there by 2020. The country represents an attractive, low-risk market for utility-scale solar PV thanks in part to the market-adjusted feed-in tariff scheme implemented under the Renewable Energy Act.

 

Kawasaki Plant

Project details:

  • 20MWdc solar PV plant in Tagawa, 40km from Fukuoka Airport
  • The area of the plant spans over 30 hectares
  • It produces 24 GWh of energy annually
  • The electricity it provides can power more than 4,309 households
  • 20-year power purchase agreement contracted with Kyushu Electric Power
  • Non-recourse project financed by Shinsei Bank
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Beppu

Under-Development

Location

Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

20MWdc

OffTaker

Kyushu Electric Power (executed)

Commisioning Date

Q1 2018

More Information

Detail

Japan is a key region for Adenium – we aim to reach to a 250MWdc PV portfolio there by 2020. The country represents an attractive, low-risk market for utility-scale solar PV thanks in part to the generous feed-in tariff scheme implemented under the Renewable Energy Act.

We’ve already secured a feed-in tariff program, interconnection and land rights for 85MWdc of solar PV across Japan. As part of this, we have already completed 20MWdc in Kyushu.

In addition to that already-live solar plant, Adenium is currently developing 10 other projects across Japan, including a plant in the Fukuoka Prefecture.

Project details:

  • 20MWdc solar PV plant in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
  • PV modules: To be confirmed
  • Tracking system: To be confirmed
  • Inverter and transformer system: To be confirmed
  • It will produce 28 GWh of energy annually
  • The electricity it will provide would be enough to power over 5,170 households
  • EPC and O&M Contractor: Saferay
  • 20-year power purchase agreement contracted with Kyushu Electric Power
  • The project will be financed on a non-recourse basis by Shinsei Bank
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Hirono

Under-Development

Location

Iwate Prefecture, Japan

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

13 MWdc

OffTaker

Tohoku Electric Power

Commisioning Date

Q4 2017/Q1 2018

More Information

Detail

 

Japan is a key region for Adenium – we aim to reach to a 250MWdc PV portfolio there by 2020. The country represents an attractive, low-risk market for utility-scale solar PV thanks in part to the generous feed-in tariff scheme implemented under the Renewable Energy Act.

We’ve already secured a feed-in tariff program, interconnection and land rights for 85MWdc of solar PV across Japan. As part of this, we have already completed 20MWdc in Kyushu.

In addition to that already-live solar plant, Adenium is currently developing 10 other projects across Japan, including a plant in Hirono.

Project details:

  • 13 MWdc solar PV plant in Iwate Prefecture, Japan
  • PV modules: Yingli Solar polycrystalline
  • Tracking system: To be confirmed
  • Inverter and transformer system: To be confirmed
  • It will produce 16 GWh of energy annually
  • The electricity it will provide would be enough to power more than 2,809 households
  • EPC and O&M Contractor: To be confirmed
  • 20-year power purchase agreement contracted with Tohoku Electric Power
  • The project will be financed on a non-recourse basis
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Yamada

Under-Development

Location

Iwate Prefecture, Japan

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

24MWdc

OffTaker

Tohoku Electric Power

Commisioning Date

Q4 2017/Q1 2018

More Information

Detail

Japan is a key region for Adenium – we aim to reach to a 250MWdc PV portfolio there by 2020. The country represents an attractive, low-risk market for utility-scale solar PV thanks in part to the generous feed-in tariff scheme implemented under the Renewable Energy Act.

We’ve already secured a feed-in tariff program, interconnection and land rights for 85MWdc of solar PV across Japan. As part of this, we have already completed 20MWdc in Kyushu.

In addition to that already-live solar plant, Adenium is currently developing 10 other projects across Japan, including a plant in Yamada.

Project details:

  • 24MWdc solar PV plant in Iwate Prefecture, Japan
  • PV modules: JA Solar polycrystalline
  • Tracking system: To be confirmed
  • Inverter and transformer system: To be confirmed
  • It will produce 29 GWh of energy annually
  • The electricity it will provide would be enough to power more than 5,300 households
  • EPC and O&M Contractor: Saferay
  • 20-year power purchase agreement contracted with Tohoku Electric Power
  • The project will be financed on a non-recourse basis
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Gogar I Solar Park

Under-Development

Location

Nakuru, Kenya

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

12MWdc

OffTaker

Kenya Power Lighting Company

Commisioning Date

Q4 2017/Q1 2018 (expected)

More Information

Detail

Adenium is actively developing projects in Kenya due to the country’s excellent solar irradiation levels, wind speed and attractive renewable energy framework.

 In 2016, the Ministry of Energy awarded us expressions of interest to develop two solar projects up to 12MWdc each. Adenium holds the land rights for each project.

We expect to increase our portfolio in Kenya over the coming months to include additional PV and wind capacity.

Project details:

  • A 12MW solar plant in Nakuro, 3 hours’ drive from the capital of Nairobi
  • The plant will span 35 hectares of land area
  • It will produce 24.7 GWh of energy annually
  • The project will be financed on a non-recourse basis
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Mwingi I Solar Park

Under-Development

Location

Mwingi, Kenya

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

12MWdc

OffTaker

Kenya Power Lighting Company

Commisioning Date

Q2/Q3 2018 (expected)

More Information

Detail

Adenium is actively developing projects in Kenya due to the country’s excellent solar irradiation levels, wind speed and attractive renewable energy framework.

 In 2016, the Ministry of Energy awarded us expressions of interest to develop two solar projects up to 10MWac (12MWdc each). Adenium holds the land rights for each project.

We expect to increase our portfolio in Kenya over the coming months to include additional PV and wind capacity.

Project details:

  • A 12MWdc solar plants in the Mwingi Area
  • The plant will span 40 hectares of land area
  • Will produce 25GWh of energy annually
  • The project will be financed on a non-recourse basis
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Lafarge Cement Jordan PV Project

Under-Development

Location

Tafilah Governorate, Jordan

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

15 MWdc

OffTaker

Lafarge Cement Jordan

Commisioning Date

Q3/Q4 2017 (expected)

More Information

Detail

Adenium is finalizing the financing of its first Solar power purchase agreement with a private industrial off-taker, Lafarge Cement Jordan (part of the LafargeHolcim Group), based on a 15-year build-own-operate (BOO) structure that includes a Net Metering arrangement. This is a first-of-its-kind captive solar IPP project in the region.

Lafarge Cement Jordan is one of the largest and oldest industrial companies in Jordan, founded in 1951 as a public shareholding company with concession.

Project details:

  • A 15MWdc solar plant that will be sited next to Lafarge Cement Jordan’s cement factory in Tafilah
  • The plant will span 30 hectares of land area
  • It will produce 34GWh of energy annually
  • 15-year power purchase agreement executed with Lafarge Cement Jordan
  • The project will be financed on a non-recourse basis
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Italy

Exited

Location

Italy

Technology

Solar PV

Installed Capacity

90MWdc

OffTaker

Various (local utilities)

Commisioning Date

Various (2011-2013)

More Information

Detail

Adenium’s first investment, this project successfully generated strong returns to its investors throughout its life until the full exit was executed in December 2016.

The portfolio, ForVEI, was co-managed by Adenium Energy Capital and the UK-based Foresight Group.

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Sub-Saharan Africa

Target-Market

Location

Sub-Saharan Africa

Technology

Solar PV

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Detail

Sub-Saharan Africa countries are penalized by underdeveloped, inefficient and unreliable electricity networks, as well as by high electricity prices.

We are working on solar PV and wind projects in places including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya, Ivory Coast and Ghana – countries that have fast-growing economies, very low electrification rates, and are establishing regulatory frameworks for renewable IPP projects.

 

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Middle East and North Africa

Target-Market

Location

Middle East and North Africa

Technology

Solar plants

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Detail

The MENA region is going through a green energy transition. Countries are cutting subsidies on fossil fuels to reduce budget deficits, and renewable energy has become cost competitive against fossil fuels even without subsidies.

Adenium is actively developing solar PV and wind projects in places such as Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. These nations are reforming their electricity markets and establishing regulatory frameworks for attracting renewable IPPs.

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South-East Asia/ASEAN

Target-Market

Location

South-East Asia/ASEAN

Technology

Solar plants

More Information

Detail

The ASEAN region has a large, untapped potential for renewable IPPs. We are examining the investment potential across these markets with trusted local partners.

 

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