Dead Sea Spa Hotel Co. relaunch the signed EPC contract for 2.1MW PV plant in Al Kharameh – Jordan Valley. ERES is the client representative.
Amman, Jordan: Mr. Umberto Albarosa, ERES’ CEO, is happy to announce that Dead Sea Spa Hotel Co. has reconfirmed to his Company the important role of client representative for supervising the construction of the site and ensuring that maximum quality is delivered to this new 2.1MW PV plant.
Dead Sea Spa Hotel Co. has also renovated the deal with the already selected EPC contractor for the construction; taking advantage of the PV regulations in Jordan, the new plant in Al Kharameh will house state-of-the-art single axis tracking structures and is designed to cover 100% of the Dead Sea Spa Hotel electrical needs.
The selected contractor, Kawar Energy will complete the construction in 6 months after taking over the site on the 22nd March 2018. Following connection to the EDCO network, the plant will produce 4500 MWh/Yr, an output that will allow the saving of 3850 TOE (Tons of Oil Equivalent). In terms of lower carbon print, the PV Plant installation can be seen as the equivalent of planting a 160 Donums trees forest.
This is an important step forward for the implementation of the 2.1 MW Dead Sea Spa Hotel Co. plant.
About ERES: ERES is an Energy Efficiency and PV consultant with expertise in design, design review, construction and project management. The expertise comes from highly trained, qualified, and professional engineers and managers who are committed to the highest level of excellence and quality. Formed as a joint-venture between Contects Engineering and ERES, the international unmatched market knowledge and implementation of the ERES team, has created foundation to be the premier Energy Efficiency consultant in the MENA region.
About Kawar Energy: Kawar Energy, an eco-friendly project developer, focused on bringing technologies, solutions and services of energy, water and environment projects that are clean, green and sustainable to help clients reduce and control effectively their long-term energy bill, carbon footprint and ecological impact in Jordan and the Middle East region with a positive socioeconomic affect.