Energy Sector Capacity Building Activity

ESCB works with a wide range of government, private sector, civil society organizations and donor agencies working on energy challenges in Jordan.


ESCB’s lead public sector partners include:

  • Energy and Mineral Resources Commission
  • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
  • National Electric Power Company


The following public sector partners also cooperate with and benefit from ESCB support:

  • Greater Amman Municipality
  • Higher Council of Science and Technology
  • Jordan Customs Department
  • Jordan Standards and Metrology Organization
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ministry of Municipal Affairs
  • Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation
  • Ministry of Transport
  • Public Security Directorate


  • The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development,
  • Agence Francaise de Development,
  • Kreditanstalt Fur Wiederaufbau (KFW) Development Bank,
  • The World Bank
  • European Union
  • Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
  • Gesundheits Informations Zentrum (GIZ).


Jordan is served by three electricity distribution companies, which are key project partners:

  • Electricity Distribution Company (EDCO)
  • Irbid District Electricity Company (IDECO)
  • Jordanian Electric Power Company (JEPCO)

ESCB works closely with a wide range of industry associations:

  • Agricultural Credit Corporation
  • Amman Chamber of Industry
  • Chamber of Industry
  • Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership
  • Housing and Urban Development Corporation
  • Jordan Banking Association
  • Jordan Chamber of Commerce
  • Jordan Energy Chapter
  • Jordan Green Building Council
  • Renewable Energy Establishment Society

ESCB also provides direct support to Energy Service Companies:

  • C3E
  • Clean Energy Concepts
  • Eco Engineering and Energy Solutions
  • ETA Max
  • GreenTech
  • Hanania Solar
  • Millennium Energy Industries
  • Izzat Marji Group
  • Kawar Energy
  • Mustakbal CT
  • Philadelphia Solar
  • SatchNet
  • Climate Change Consultancy Company
  • Second Energy
  • Meroun


  • German Jordanian University
  • Hashemite University (HU)
  • Jordan University for Science and Technology
  • Princess Sumaya University for Technology
  • University of Jordan


  • Jordan River Foundation
  • Mercy Corps
  • Royal Scientific Society
  • National Energy Research Center