KEPCO to add wind power plant in Jordan next year

16 Feb 14 Feb, 2017

Korea Electric Power Corp. (KEPCO) on 14th February, 2017 broke ground for its first wind power plant in the Middle East. The wind farm in Fujeij located near Amman, Jordan will be able to generate 89 MW of power a year capable of powering 30,000 households. KEPCO won the deal from state-run National Electric Power Company (NEPCO) through its wholly-owned entity Fujeij Wind Power Company (FWPC). Under the contract, KEPCO creates the farm at a cost of $184 million by October next year and runs it until 2038.

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