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Powering the world



IPP3, Jordan

573 MW


"By starting one engine at a time, the plant can follow the demand very precisely.”
- Taemin Kim,  Administration Manager at Amman Asia Electric Power Company


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THE CHALLENGE

Imminent risk of fuel shortage

Quickly growing power demand

Fluctuating peak load

Strict environmental regulations

WÄRTSILÄ´S SOLUTION

Multi-fuel engines for natural gas, HFO and LFO

EPC delivery in as little as 24 months

Easily dispatchable engines with high part load performance, suffering zero start-and-stop penalties

NOx control system for emission abatement, close to zero water usage

BENEFIT

Cost savings from multi-mode technology; reliable energy output

Quickly operational energy production

Reliable energy output enabling more efficient use of other baseload power plants

Respect for regulations and nature



Right next to a tinderbox lies the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, an upper-income economy ranked with an advanced status by the European Union since 2010. With its quickly growing young population and increasing GDP, Jordan’s rising electricity needs are racing against futile fuel supplies. Historically seen as an energy-poor country, the kingdom continuously imports 97% of its fuel from abroad.

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Main data


   Customer   IPP
   Type   Wärtsilä 50DF multi-fuel power plant
   Operating mode   Flexible baseload & peak load
   Gensets   38 x Wärtsilä 18V50DF
   Total output   573 MW 
   Fuel   Natural gas, HFO & LFO
   Scope   EPC in a consortium
   Delivered   2014


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Contact info

If you want to know more about the IPP3 project, please contact:

Upma Koul
Regional Director, Africa East
Wärtsilä Energy Solutions
+9714 8857222

 

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