The King of Jordan looks on Calyxo solar system
Calyxo is an EPC Provider in the sunny country of Jordan. With the installation of three solar systems, Calyxo proves again their know-how and operational readiness to the project. The installations of each tilted, roof parallel and a carport solar system were implemented turnkey in the industrial area of the Amman region. The EPC project is the focal point of the Jordanian royal family and the new King Hussein Mosque was supplied with Calyxo thin-film modules of the CX3 series and the easy to assemble Calyxo MX-mounting system.
Increasing population growth, a rising demand for energy, combined with a lack of indigenous energy resources, the country of Jordan and its government remains a major challenge. Currently, Jordan acquires 96% of the required energy from costly imports. Due to the high public costs, innovative renewable forms of energy such as solar and wind power are economically viable compared to the current cost of electricity from fossil fuels. Furthermore, the government has set guidelines in place for the critical energy situation to advance the development of renewable energies.
The Jordanian market has a high potential for the cadmium telluride thin-film technology due to their low temperature coefficient, which in these latitudes has an extremely positive effect. Calyxo offers for this young market its best possible EPC services to assist customers from the planning stage through to handover and implementation at any time.
"We are always working on existing customer relationships and will place more projects in the country. We see the market development with optimism. With expert training programs, we will make our contribution to bring the country closer to the cost effective solar energy", said Guillermo Alberto Chacon Giron, Application Engineer Calyxo GmbH.