MWh Produced Energy
280,800
MWh Produced Energy
MWp
220
MWp
M/T CO2 emissions
168,480
M/T CO2 emissions

Our companies

Kawar Energy

Founded
2008

Since its formation in 2008, Kawar Energy’s focus has been on clean energy technologies and has the capability to Develop, Build, Own and Operate (DBOT) large scale renewable projects as well as delivery Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) and Operations & Management (O&M) projects of various sizes.
Kawar Energy currently has over 100MW of operational solar PV with a further 100MW awarded in the pipeline across utility and commercial and residential applications.
In addition to solar, Kawar Energy is focused on bringing technologies, solutions and services of energy, water and environment projects that are clean, green and sustainable. With global partners, Kawar Energy is exploring alternatives including uranium and oil shale viability explorations, water desalination, energy storage and smart grid deployments

Shams Ma’an

Founded
2014

Shams Ma’an was first announced at the World Economic Forum at the Dead Sea in 2009. Developed by the Kawar Energy team, Shams Ma’an commenced operations in 2016 as the largest project from Jordan’s first tendering program. The plant is a 52.5MW AC / 66MW DC photovoltaic plant operational in the South of Jordan. Shams Ma’an compromises 605,000 panels and 1% of Jordan’s electricity generation. Shams Ma’an Power Generation PSC is a Jordan-based company jointly owned by Kawar Group, Mitsubishi Corporation’s subsidiary Diamond Generating Europe, and Nebras Power

Shams Al Etisalat

Founded
2019

Shams Al Etisalat is the largest private-to-private solar project in Jordan developed by Kawar Energy and Kawar Investments. The project is a 36.8 MWp solar project purpose-built for Orange Jordan. The project is supported by EBRD and local financial institutions with a financial package of US $35m. The project will help the large telecom operator avoid c. 42,000 tons of CO2 emissions per year, which is particularly significant given the high energy needs for the development of 5G. The project won the EBRD Gold Award in 2020 for sustainability. 

Shams Maan