Jordan

Jordan relies on importing energy resources to meet its domestic energy demand for fossil fuels. These energy imports account for more than 40% of the country’s budget. Jordan’s total primary consumption is entirely focused on fossil fuels, and its installed capacity is also principally fired on oil and gas. Jordan’s government plans to boost electricity generation capacity from renewable sources to 3.22 GW by 2025.  Jordanian strategy aims to reduce energy consumption by 20% by 2020 and 18% by 2030.

Jordan is a RCREEE member state since 2008.

18 June 2019- Tunisia: Hosted by the National Agency for Energy Management (ANME), RCREEE in cooperation with Agency for Energy (ADENE) French Environment & Energy Management Agency and Lebanese Energy Management and Environment Association organized meetMED workshop on Energy Efficiency in...
The Middle East and North African region has an attractive market for renewables due to abundant availability of solar and wind resources. According to a recent report by one of the leading Global Renewable Energy Agencies, the expected regional renewable energy investments could reach $35 billion...
The League of Arab States (LAS) in cooperation with the Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE), the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) organized a workshop on “ Exchanging Best Practices to Incorporate Variable...
12 April 2019: under the umbrella of the Clean Energy Ministerial Campaign: “Long-term Energy Scenarios (LTES) for the Clean Energy Transition” , the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) organized the LTES campaign: 2019 international forum in Berlin on 10-12 April 2019. The objective of...
It was calculated that about 30% of the predicted global increase in energy demand will come from the Arab region.An urgent need to put more focus on Energy the residential, industrial and commercial sectors to reduce emissions is emerging. To further discuss this matter, Copenhagen Center on...
April 8, 2019 – Berlin, Germany: Gender diversity drives innovation, opens new pathways for technology deployment, brings fresh perspectives to development of societies and attracts and retains a richer pool of talent. The Global Women´s Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET) collaborated with...
IDS GmbH in cooperation with RCREEE organize a 3-day conference and exhibition on "Implementation of Modern Technologies in Maintenance of Thermal/Natural Gas Power Plants and Wind Farms" held on 2-4 April 2019 at Sibenik, Republic of Croatia. The conference aims to enable knowledge exchange...
Role-models are an important catalyst to drive more young women towards clean energy and inspire them to aim for leaderships positions. RCREEE, in cooperation with ATA insights invite you to join our first webinar featuring Sustainable Energy Arab Female leaders’ experiences and discussing the...
RCREEE in coordination with the Egyptian New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) held SHAMCI network annual meeting on 20-21 March 2019 in Cairo, Egypt. The members of the network discussed the program latest updates and progress of SHAMCI implementation at the national level in the Arab...
As an advisory board member, RCREEE supports the Saudi Sustainable Energy and Technology Forum held from 29 April to 01 May 2019. The Saudi Sustainable Energy and Technology Forum takes into account the current renewable energy landscape, bringing together senior stakeholders, policy makers,...

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Description: The study aims to collect renewable energy and energy efficiency laws in the Arab countries covered in the study, classify and evaluate them.
Document type: Reports and Studies
Publication Year: 2014
Langauge: Arabic
Description: A guide to the National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAP) development process. NEEAP are being developed in the Arab region to effectively create sustainable long-term market transformation towards energy efficiency through electricity savings.
Document type: Plans
Publication Year: 2014
Langauge: English
Description: This report is an outcome of the market assessment study on up-scaling solar photovoltaic (PV) for selfconsumption in Jordan conducted by RCREEE in cooperation with the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE).
Document type: Reports and Studies
Publication Year: 2014
Langauge: English
Description: An overview of support programs and financial instruments for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects to which public and private sector actors in RCREEE member states are eligible to apply.
Document type: Reports and Studies
Publication Year: 2014
Langauge: English
Description: This report summarizes the Pan-Arab Renewable Energy Strategy and highlights the main motives for its adoption, and its relation with the AREF key provisions and NREAP template as tools for implementation.
Document type: Plans
Publication Year: 2014
Langauge: English
Description: This document defines the SHAMCI certification scheme, and gives the rules for certification of solar collectors and solar water heaters for the Arab States .
Document type: Models & Guides
Publication Year: 2013
Langauge: English
Description: This version of the guide comes to monitor developments in the Arab region at the level of policies, legislations, plans and projects for renewable energy.
Document type: Reports and Studies
Publication Year: 2013
Langauge: Arabic
Description: The Arab Program for Sustainable Energy Youth™ (APSEY) is a regional sustainable energy internship program which targets young professionals and post graduate students of engineering, economy, and law fields from the Arab region.
Document type: Brochures
Publication Year: 2017
Langauge: English
Description: This booklet provides an overview of NAMAs and their difference from CDM. Then it gives the key characteristics of NAMAs and the different methods to develop NAMA concept.
Document type: Reports and Studies
Publication Year: 2012
Langauge: English
Description: This report focuses on the potential for mobilising NAMAs and sectoral mechanisms. A separate report focuses on the potential for utilising the CDM and Programmatic CDM in each of the RCREEE member countries, and includes useful background and an overview
Document type: Reports and Studies
Publication Year: 2011
Langauge: English

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