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JORDAN Renewable Energy Activities Wind farm Programs Workshop – Istanbul Turkey 16-18/5/2009. Eng. Falah Ababneh NEPCO. Why there is a need for RE?. Energy supply is not secure. Fossil and nuclear energy sources are limited. Global Climate change requires immediate action.

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Jordan renewable energy activities wind farm programs workshop istanbul turkey 16 18 5 2009

JORDAN Renewable Energy ActivitiesWind farm ProgramsWorkshop – IstanbulTurkey16-18/5/2009

Eng. Falah Ababneh

NEPCO


Why there is a need for re
Why there is a need for RE?

  • Energy supply is not secure.

  • Fossil and nuclear energy sources are limited.

  • Global Climate change requires immediate action


Energy strategy 2007
Energy Strategy 2007

Maximize the Local primary Energy

Issuance the RE law.

Establishment of the Energy Fund.


Government facilities toward re
Government Facilities Toward RE

  • Providing land lease free of charge.

  • Interconnection facilities .

  • Exempted from taxes and custom duties.

  • The Gov. undertakes to purchase electricity within appropriate pricing.


Definition of wind turbine
Definition of Wind Turbine

  • The meaning of wind farm or wind turbines is a rotating machine which convert the kinetic energy of the wind into mechanical energy which is commonly used for pumping water or into electrical energy that can be generate electricity for sale to utilities.



Why wind energy
Why Wind Energy?

  • Growth ratein electrical demand.

  • The great Variation of the pricesof fuel oil.

  • The problems of pollution.

  • The development and new technologyof the wind farm technique are the fastest.



Why wind energy

Why wind energy


Technology and research
Technology and Research

  • The technology which uses wind energy to generate electricity has helped research since 1980 in lowering the cost of power generated by wind farm from 80 cent per kilowatt hour to between 6 cent per kilowatt hour nowadays.

  • The continuous development in wind farm of improving performance and increasing their effectiveness as well as the sizes largely affects on reducing the cost of production thereby making it competitive with conventional energy at the present time



Wind energy advantages
Wind Energy Advantages

  • Friendly with environment.

  • Local natural source.

  • It can be used as independent.

  • Zero operation cost.

  • Economically valuable.

  • Lowering the cost of wind energy production at the high level of production.

  • The wind farm energy is witnessing the fastest growth in the world.


Location of wind farm
Location of Wind Farm

The uses of wind energy in locations where the wind is smoothly high which means if the rate of annual wind speed at an altitude of 10 meters, equivalent to 7 m/s, or more.



Wind characteristics wind atlas
Wind CharacteristicsWind Atlas

To examine the promising area, which is characterized by wind speeds. NERC installed of 13 mast (tower) covering all regions of the Kingdom with the possibility of transfer to measure the characteristics of wind (wind speed and direction) at different altitude


Location of wind mast
Location of Wind Mast

Measurements made at these locations on the following rises:

  • (10,40).

  • (10,40,50).

  • (30,45).

  • (22,40,60).

  • (10,24).


Wind farm applications
Wind Farm Applications

1. At the beginning of the eighties the Royal Scientific Society designed and manufactured mechanical fan in three sizes were installed on a number of wells in the desert.


Wind farm applications1
Wind Farm Applications

2.Wind energy was used successfully in 1987 in the hybrid system to provide a village in southern part of Kingdom of electric power; the system included:

two fans 20 kW each,

solar cells of 10 kW,

storage batteries 330 kW standby generator of 65 KVA


Generated electricity from our already applied wind farms

Ibrahemeh wind power plant 1988

4 X 80 kW

High of tower 24 m

Altitude 1000 m

Blade of turbine 8 m

Hofa Wind Power Plant 1996

5 X 225 kW

30 m

800 m

13 m

Generated Electricity from Our Already Applied Wind Farms

Generator operate two different speeds

Annual production from both 2.8 GWh

The high level of production in the summer months.


Planned wind projects
Planned Wind Projects

  • Al-Kamshah [30-40 MW]

  • Fujeij [60-70 MW]

  • Harer [100-200 MW]

  • Wadi Arabeh [40-50 MW]

  • NAANOVA [100 MW]

  • Azraq [100-150 MW]

  • Maan [100-150 MW]


Recommendations
Recommendations

To achieve a 12% of mix energy from RE by the year 2020.

To encourage private sector to invest in RE projects on the basis of B.O.O and B.O.T.

Issuance the RE law.

Establishment of the Energy Fund.



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