Sustainable Electric Power in Jordan

Sustainable Electric Power in Jordan


  • Release Date: October 06, 2016

The University of Jordan host the sustainable electric power generation in the Middle East and North Africa conference organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering in collaboration with the University of Hamburg, Germany and the German University of Jordan and the Arab Union of Electricity with support from the German Academic Exchange Conference.

The eight countries participating in the conference are: Germany, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Palestine, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan.

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Dr. Ghaleb Abbasi announced in a speech during the opening session ,that engineering departments (chemical, electrical and mechanical) are certified global reliability of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and the American Technology (ABET) until 2022,

The conference on the first day discussed a number of topics related to the current situation and the future of the electricity sector in the Arab countries, and reports on the status of energy in Jordan and wind projects photovoltaic in urban areas, in addition to the importance of water desalination using solar energy, and the role of Jordanian universities in support of renewable energy projects , along with a detailed presentation on the energy situation in the participation of each individual state countries.




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Arnaud Lefevre

Arnaud Lefevre is the Chief Executive Officer of Dynatom International. Arnaud is in charge of the international development of the business portfolio.