img

OUR PROJECTS

OUR PROJECTS

Abdali Mall Ibri II Ibri Test Facility Kuwait International Airport Terminal II Bobyan Hybrid PV-GenSet Plant Burgan Bank Energy Optimization Eastern Car Park Kuwait National Guard Junoot KNPC Marina Hotel SADAFCO Warehouse SADAFCO Car Park West Abdullah Al-Mubarak- 1 West Abdullah Al-Mubarak- 2 West Abdullah Al-Mubarak -3
img

Abdali Mall

Location: Amman, Jordan

Abdali Mall is a modern, innovative open-air shopping mall that offers a variety of amenities including local and international retails brands. It also features a 5-level basement conveniently designed for more accessible parking. Located in Abdali Bouvard, the mall is situated in the heart of the capital Amman.

The project was conceptualized to reduce the mall’s energy consumption and adapt to a more green and renewable energy source. This was achieved by combining 4 different solar plants under 2 different connection schemes, which are, wheeling and net metering, to achieve their desired energy saving.

Abdali Mall granted a long-term lease contract to Alternative Energy Projects Co. to build and operate a 3 MWp solar plant. The plant is connected via two main schemes – operating on both net metering and wheeling.

img

Ibri II

Location: Ad-Dhahirah Ibri, Oman

The agreement has been concluded with the Oman Power and Water Procurement Company to develop, build and operate the Ibri 2 Solar photovoltaic energy with a production capacity of more than 500 MWp-ac /600 MWp-dc in Ad-Dhahera county.

The project is led by an alliance of ACWA Power, Gulf Investment Corporation (GIC) and Alternative Energy Projects Company (AEPC). The plant reached Commercial Operation date in August 2021, and it’s been operational since then. The project will provide enough energy to meet the needs of 33,000 housing units and will work to reduce approximately 340,000 tons of CO² emissions annually.

img

Ibri Test Facility

Location: Ibri, Oman

Ibri testing facility is a special setup up that consists of about 15KW of different kinds of PV modules and mounting technology! This setup was developed to test the latest technology of both equipment and material available in the market! This setup is operated and owned by ACWA power and is located in Ibri, Sohar province in the Sultanate of Oman.

img

Kuwait International Airport Terminal II

Location: Sabhan, Kuwait

Being one of the largest LEED Gold certified buildings in the world, the new Kuwait International Terminal II will replace the existing one and will offer a spacious capacity of 25 million passengers per annum and provide ample parking space with a multistorey carpark fitting up to 4,500 cars. Other components of will include 28 terminal gates (8 gates for Airbus A380), a transit hotel and shelters. 

With the roof spanning over an area of 315,000m2, it has been designed to allow ample natural day light to pass through the building, optimizing the use of artificial lighting. In addition, the roof is fitted with photovoltaic panels targeting to produce 29MW of sustainable energy. 

Power China Guizhou Engineering Co. Ltd (MEP Subcontractor) and Alternative Energy Projects Company executed the contract for the design of the photovoltaic system for the construction, completion, furnishing and maintenance of the Kuwait International Airport New Passenger Terminal (Terminal II) .

img

Bobyan Hybrid PV-GenSet Plant

Location: Bobyan Island, Kuwait

This Ministry of Defense project is essentially Hybrid Solar PhotoVoltaic – Diesel system that provides all power requirements for the Naval Forces Camp on Boubyan Island. Comprised of 23.1 kWp of installed PV hybridized with 160 kVA of Diesel Genset capacity.

img

Burgan Bank Energy Optimization

Location: Kuwait City

PAGE IS BEING UPDATED!

img

Eastern Car Park

Location: Al-Murgab, Kuwait City

The Complex of Ministries has an area of 150,000 m2 and consists of 19 blocks accommodating six ministries: The Public Authority for Housing Welfare, The Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, The Ministry of Industry and Commerce, The Ministry of Social Affairs, The Ministry of Justice, and The Ministry of Finance. Aside from the main ministry buildings, the complex has major car parking areas in the east, south & north ends.

The Ministry of Finance commissioned the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of a 490 kWp solar car park system (roofing for the Ministries’ Complex Car park) to AEPCo in order to reduce their energy consumption from the local grid via renewable energy. The system will be grid-connected and consists of 270 Wp, Sharp PV modules and SMA inverters covering the roof area of the car park along with an automatic washing and cleaning system. Installation of the system began in 2019, and AEPCo. provided 2 years of maintenance to the system post the commissioning date. The project has been successfully completed.

img

Kuwait National Guard

Location: Sabhan, Kuwait

The Kuwait National Guard (KNG) is an independent combat institution tasked mainly with the defense of Kuwait and its territories. There are several KNG camps in various locations around Kuwait, which all contain a variety of facilities including headquarter buildings, clinics, supermarkets, warehouses, stores, dining & entertainment facilities, and central car park facilities. One of their largest camps is the Al-Tahrir camp located in Subhan, which has a large car parking facility with a maximum capacity of 1200 cars spanning 7 floors (2 below ground level and 5 above ground level) and a shaded roof area.

The KNG commissioned the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of a 376 kWp solar car park system (roofing for their multi-story car park) at Tahrir camp to AEPCo in order to reduce their energy consumption from the local grid via renewable energy. The system will be grid-connected and consists of 325 Wp, Canadian Solar PV modules and KACO Blueplanet inverters covering the roof area of the car park. Installation of this system is slated to begin in 2021.

img

Junoot

Location: Junoot Eco Resort, Oman

Junoot Eco Resort is planned to be developed on a plot in Shuwaimiyah, on the north-east coast of Salalah City, in the Dhofar governorate.  The site is located about 300 km by road from Salalah and is planned to be powered using hybrid micro grid.

The eco-resort is developed by the United Real Estate Company (URC), a leading MENA real estate developer. In this project, AEPCo, has played the role of a consultant and a developer for United Real Estate Company (URC) to set up the initial requirement and planning to set up the hybrid power system for Junoot project.

The Junoot eco-dome and triple vault mock-ups have been built, which won first prize in the Future Projects – Leisure category at the World Architectural Festival 2012 as well as the Judges Special Recognition Award at the 11th Annual MIPIM Architecture Review Future Projects Award in March 2013.

img

KNPC

Location: Kuwait

Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) was founded in 1960 to oversee the management and exploitation of Kuwait’s oil resources, which started to develop into Kuwait’s main source of income allowing the government to provide for the society’s welfare and finance its overall development. Domestically, KNPC is responsible for the sale and distribution of all petroleum products in the local market.

KNPC has 47 filling stations all over Kuwait. A 5-year plan to build another 99 stations is already underway to respond to the growing demand for gasoline and other fuels. Diesel and various grades of Gasoline (Octane 91, 95 and 98) are supplied at the filling stations to cater to the various types of vehicles along with providing car washes, oil changes, and shopping at the station’s mini market.

AEPCo. was part of a consultancy team who in 2018, conducted full energy audits for 15 different fueling stations around Kuwait and provided KNPC with designs for solar PV systems to cover the full energy demand of each station.

img

Marina Hotel

Location: Salmiya, Kuwait

The Marina Hotel offers 5-star luxury rooms overlooking Kuwait Bay, just a 10-minute drive from Kuwait City. It features 2 outdoor pools, a spa and its own private beach, as well as 5 star restaurants and a fully equipped health and fitness center. It is renowned for its luxurious and spacious rooms as well as its prime location.

AEPCo. conducted a full, comprehensive energy audit in 2017 of the Marina Hotel facilities along with recommendations for improving their operations to reduce their electricity consumption as well as potential options for alternative energy sources (mainly solar power) to reduce their electricity consumption from the National Grid.

img

SADAFCO Warehouse

Location: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Saudia Dairy & Foodstuff Company (SADAFCO) has been a leader in the Ultra high temperature milk market in Saudi Arabia since 1975.

The aim of SADAFCO is to develop, produce and market a range of nutritious food propositions to all age groups; it is a regional and global market leader in almost all its products.

AEPCo. is to install a 1.8 MW Solar System on top of the brand new warehouse for SADAFCO in Jeddah, KSA. The solar plant is to cover a portion of the facility energy demands.

img

SADAFCO Car Park

Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Saudia Dairy and Foodstuff Company (SADAFCO) has installed and commissioned a (PV) - diesel hybrid system that delivers up to 40% of the facility's daytime energy requirements. The solar plant is 226KW in size and is made of CdTe thin film technology! The system communicate and operate in sync with the existing diesel generators to provide the needed power for the facility.

img

West Abdullah Al-Mubarak- 1

Location: West Abdullah Al Mubarak, Farwaniya, Kuwait

West Abdullah Mubarak is a new residential area being developed under the ownership of the Public Authority of Housing Welfare (PAHW) to provide affordable housing for Kuwaiti citizens along with all the necessary services and amenities. This area is to the west of the Kuwait University Medical Campus in Al-Shadadiya, approximately 20 km south-west of Kuwait City. In addition, there will be several health clinics, schools, shops, mosques, police stations, supermarkets, and various other facilities located in multiple blocks to ensure that there are enough services and facility spaces to provide for the local community.

AEPCo. has been contracted to design, supply, install, test, and commission a 1.86 MWp rooftop PV system across several different roof spaces (mosques, schools, clinics, supermarkets, etc) in blocks 1, 5 and 6. The aim of this system is to provide up to 20% of the annual electricity consumption for these three blocks from solar energy to reduce the overall demand on the National Grid stemming from these new areas. The system will be grid-connected and consists of 330 Wp, Suntech PV modules and KACO Blueplanet inverters covering the roof area of the car park. Installation of this system across the various locations commenced in June 2020.

img

West Abdullah Al-Mubarak- 2

Location: West Abdullah Al Mubarak, Farwaniya, Kuwait

West Abdullah Mubarak is a new residential area being developed under the ownership of the Public Authority of Housing Welfare (PAHW) to provide affordable housing for Kuwaiti citizens along with all the necessary services and amenities.

AEPCo. has been contracted to design, supply, install, test, and commission a 1.67 MWp rooftop PV system across several different roof spaces (mosques, schools, clinics, supermarkets, etc) in blocks 2, 3 and 4. The aim of this system is to provide up to 20% of the annual electricity consumption for these three blocks from solar energy to reduce the overall demand on the National Grid stemming from these new areas. The system will be grid-connected and consists of 330 Wp, Suntech PV modules and KACO Blueplanet inverters covering the roof area of the car park. Installation of this system across the various locations commenced in June 2020.

img

West Abdullah Al-Mubarak -3

Location: West Abdullah Al Mubarak, Farwaniya, Kuwait

West Abdullah Mubarak is a new residential area being developed under the ownership of the Public Authority of Housing Welfare (PAHW) to provide affordable housing for Kuwaiti citizens along with all the necessary services and amenities.

AEPCo. has been contracted to design, supply, install, test, and commission a 1.67 MWp rooftop PV system across several different roof spaces (mosques, schools, clinics, supermarkets, etc) in blocks 2, 3 and 4. The aim of this system is to provide up to 20% of the annual electricity consumption for these three blocks from solar energy to reduce the overall demand on the National Grid stemming from these new areas. The system will be grid-connected and consists of 330 Wp, Suntech PV modules and KACO Blueplanet inverters covering the roof area of the car park. Installation of this system across the various locations commenced in June 2020.