|24 November, 2019

Agreement signed for maintenance of Jordan's Maan Wind Station

Samra, Siemens Gamesa ink agreement to operate and implement maintenance for the 80-megawatt Maan Wind Station

Images used for illustrative purposes. Power-generating wind turbines are seen near the city of Waremme, Belgium, May 30, 2018.

Images used for illustrative purposes. Power-generating wind turbines are seen near the city of Waremme, Belgium, May 30, 2018.

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AMMAN — The Samra Electric Power Generation Company and the Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Company on Sunday signed an agreement to operate and implement maintenance for the 80-megawatt Maan Wind Station to preserve the facility's operational efficiency.

According to a statement carried by the Jordan News Agency, Petra, the agreement was signed by Sufian Bataineh, director general of the Samra Company, and Paula Garc?a, head of Siemens Gamesa’s service sales in Southern Europe and Africa.

Bataineh said that the 10-year deal entails the transfer of expertise from Siemens Gamesa to Samra employees, highlighting the importance of the agreement in guaranteeing the security of the power supply.

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