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White Paper on Nuclear Energy in Jordan

Global population growth and industrial development are projected to double electricity consumption by 2030. Rapidly increasing electricity demand, together with the need to renew a large amount of...

تشريعات و مستندات تنظيمية في قطاع الكهرباء

تشريعات ومستندات تنظيمية تتعلق بهيئة تنظيم قطاع الطاقة والمعادن

Jordan Competitiveness Program Fact Sheet 2019

Jordan Competitiveness Program Fact Sheet 2019

Women In Energy: Keys for Success

Jordan's energy sector provides many opportunities for women to have successful careers. This video, produced by the USAID Energy Sector Capacity Building Project, provides some tips for success w...

صيانة محركات الإحتراق الداخلي في المركبات الهجينة

بعد إتمام هذه الوحدة يتوقع منك أن تصبح قادراً على أن:
- تتعرف مكونات محرك الإحتراق الداخلي ومبدأ عمله.
- تشخص أعطال محرك الإحتراق الداخلي وتعالجها.


Climate change is one of the most important environmental challenges facing the world today. Nuclear power can make a significant contribution to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while deliv...

Nuclear Technology Review 2016

With 441 reactors operating at the end of 2015, nuclear energy had a global generating capacity of 382.9 GW(e). Five reactors were permanently shutdown, ten were connected to the grid, the highest ...

World Nuclear Performance Report

At the start of 2015 there were 436 operable reactors around the world and by year-end there were 439. This increase in reactor numbers came despite the retirement of seven units during the year. A...

Your Guide to Waste Management in Jordan

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is solid and semi-solid materials produced by households, as well as other waste similar in nature and composition resulting from any activity (commerce, offices, public...

Towards a Green Economy in Jordan

Jordan is one of the smallest economies in the Middle East, with a total GDP of US $27.5 billion and a population of 6 million, of which 13.3 per cent live below the poverty line 1 . Unlike other n...