New policy and low cost
Jordan is not as richly endowed with natural resources as it neighbors and therefore relies on 94% of its fuel and energy requirements on imports, which equals about 8.5% of the country’s GDP in 2017.
Energy Sector Indicators
|Energy Intensity (Kgoe/1000$ in fixed price)||Per Capita Primary Energy Consumption (kgoe)||Per Capita Consumption of Electricity (kwh)||Cost of Consumed Energy Related to GDP|
|Cost of Consumed Energy (Million USD)||Percentage of Population Supplied with Electricity|
|Electricity Consumption (GWh)|
Jordan depends on "import" for its energy requirement needed
The Government of Jordan (GoJ) has implemented its straightforward National Energy Strategy (NES), which runs from 2015 to 2025, underpinning the Kingdom’s energy transition. This policy will not only lower Jordan’s energy costs but will also make more affordable energy solutions available to local sectors, allowing them to continue to thrive in line with the Jordan Economic Growth Plan 2018-2022 targeting 10% of Renewable energy of the total energy mix in 2020.