Jordan’s purchased electric energy up 5.8%, sold power 6% in 2022

National Electric Power Company. (File photo: Jordan News)
AMMAN — According to data from the National Electric Power Company (NEPCO), Jordan's purchases of electric energy last year went up 5.8 percent, while sold electricity rose by 6 percent.اضافة اعلان

The data released Saturday showed that the company's sales were at 20,446.3GWh in 2022, while purchased power stood at 20,763.2GWh, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

Sales were as follows: 19,811.7GWh to the three distribution companies, 303GWh to large subscribers, 191.5 energy exported to Al-Quds Company (Jericho) at 184.9GWh and 6.6 to the Iraqi border post (Trebil).

As for electricity purchases, they were: 15,518GWh from traditional generation sources, 993GWh from the oil shale Atarat project, 3,970.5GWh from renewable energy projects, 19.1 from the King Talal Dam, and 0.1GWh from the Indo-Jordan Chemicals Co.

Imported electricity from Egypt amounted to 262.5 GWh in 2022.

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