It inked a deal with the International Finance Corp. and the Trade Insurance Corp.
Korea Southern Power (KOSPO) inked a financing deal with the World Bank’s International Finance Corp. (IFC) and the South Korea-run Trade Insurance Corp. for a $101m wind power project in Jordan, Yonhap News Agency reports.
According to a company official, Danish turbine marker will build a 51.75MW wind farm in Tafila, located 140 km south of Jordan capital Amman.
A company set up by KOSPO and Daelim Energy called Daehan Wind Power Company will cover 30% of the project whilst the IFC and Trade Insurance Corp. will finance 70% of the project.
Daehan Wind Power Company is also set to sell power to Jordan's state-run National Electric Power Co. from March 2020 to March 2040 under a power purchase agreement, a corporate insider had disclosed.
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