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JORDAN Renewable Energy            Activities       Wind farm Programs        Eng. Falah Ababneh              NEPCONEPCO
Why is there a need for RE?1. energy supply is not secure.2. Fossil and nuclear energy   sources are limited.3. Climate ch...
NEPCO
NEPCO
Energy Strategy 2007• Maximize the Local primary Energy• Issuance the RE law.• Establishment of the Energy Fund.NEPCO
Government Facilities•      Providing land lease free of charge.•       Interconnection facilities .•      Exempted from t...
Definition of Wind Turbine•The meaning of wind farm or wind turbines is a rotating machine which convert the kinetic energ...
Mechanical Wind TurbineNEPCO
Electrical Wind FarmNEPCO
Why Wind Energy?1. Growth rate in electrical demand.2. The great Variation of the prices   of fuel oil.3. The problems of ...
Development of Demand Growth Rate NEPCO
Why wind energy  NEPCO
NEPCO
Technology and Research• The technology which uses wind energy to  generate electricity has helped research since  1980 in...
Size of wind turbineNEPCO
Location of Wind Farm The uses of wind energy in locations where the wind is smoothly high which means if the rate of annu...
Electrical Wind FarmNEPCO
Wind Characteristics            Wind AtlasTo examine the promisingarea, which is characterized bywind speeds. NERC install...
Location of Wind Mast                    Measurements made                       at these locations                       ...
Mast Name   High mast     Elevation        Date of                 [m]      above sea [m]   InstallationIbrahemeh 1      6...
Jordanian Wind Farm Applications   1. At the beginning of the eighties   the Royal Scientific Society   designed and manuf...
NEPCO
Jordanian Wind Farm Applications2.Wind energy was used successfully in  1987 in the hybrid system to provide a  village in...
Generated Electricity from Our Already         Applied Wind Farms•Ibrahemeh wind power     • Hofa Wind Powerplant 1988    ...
NEPCO
NEPCO
Proposed Wind Projects•    Al-Kamshah       [30-40 MW]•    Fujeij           [60-70 MW]•    Harer            [100-200 MW]• ...
Thanks for your AttentionNEPCO
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  1. 1. JORDAN Renewable Energy Activities Wind farm Programs Eng. Falah Ababneh NEPCONEPCO
  2. 2. Why is there a need for RE?1. energy supply is not secure.2. Fossil and nuclear energy sources are limited.3. Climate change requires immediate actionNEPCO
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  5. 5. Energy Strategy 2007• Maximize the Local primary Energy• Issuance the RE law.• Establishment of the Energy Fund.NEPCO
  6. 6. Government Facilities• Providing land lease free of charge.• Interconnection facilities .• Exempted from taxes and custom duties.• The Gov. undertakes to purchase electricity within appropriate pricing. NEPCO
  7. 7. 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.NEPCO
  8. 8. Mechanical Wind TurbineNEPCO
  9. 9. Electrical Wind FarmNEPCO
  10. 10. Why Wind Energy?1. Growth rate in electrical demand.2. The great Variation of the prices of fuel oil.3. The problems of pollution.4. The development and new technology of the wind farm technique are the fastest.NEPCO
  11. 11. Development of Demand Growth Rate NEPCO
  12. 12. Why wind energy NEPCO
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  14. 14. 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 NEPCO
  15. 15. Size of wind turbineNEPCO
  16. 16. 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.NEPCO
  17. 17. Electrical Wind FarmNEPCO
  18. 18. Wind Characteristics Wind AtlasTo examine the promisingarea, which is characterized bywind speeds. NERC installed of13 mast (tower) covering allregions of the Kingdom with thepossibility of transfer to measurethe characteristics of wind (windspeed and direction) at differentaltitudeNEPCO
  19. 19. Location of Wind Mast Measurements made at these locations on the following rises: 1. (10,40). 2. (10,40,50). 3. (30,45). 4. (22,40,60). 5. (10,24).NEPCO
  20. 20. Mast Name High mast Elevation Date of [m] above sea [m] InstallationIbrahemeh 1 60 992 8/2005Ibrahemeh 2 24 1021 8/2005Kamshah 50 879 2/2006R.S.s 45 1066 4/2004Shoubak 40 40 1274 8/2001Fujeij 1 45 1274 12/2001Um ejmal 45 750 5/2007alashqaf 45 994 1/2006Al-reesheh2 50 876 12/2006maan 50 1196 10/2006Al-harrier 50 1529 5/2007Um alrumman 10,60 456 5/2007aqaba 60 76 10/2007 NEPCO
  21. 21. Jordanian 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.NEPCO
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  23. 23. Jordanian Wind Farm Applications2.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 KVANEPCO
  24. 24. Generated Electricity from Our Already Applied Wind Farms•Ibrahemeh wind power • Hofa Wind Powerplant 1988 Plant 1996•4 X 80 kW • 5 X 225 kW • 30 m•High of tower 24 m • 800 m•Altitude 1000 m • 13 m•Blade of turbine 8 mGenerator operate two different speedsAnnual production from both 2.8 GWhThe high level of production in the summermonths. NEPCO
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  27. 27. Proposed 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] NEPCO
  28. 28. Thanks for your AttentionNEPCO

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