MASE Joins Jordan Strategy Forum
MASE joins the Jordan Strategy Forum as its newest clean energy-focused member
- JSF is a leading Jordanian think tank on economic development
- It’s by-invitation only membership ensures a dynamic vetting process
- As a JSF member, MASE will leverage its award-winning track record to provide actionable insights in the field of clean energy
Amman, Jordan – September 2020, MASE, the leading regional solar operations and maintenance firm, has joined the Jordan Strategy Forum as its newest clean energy-focused member. MASE will leverage its award-wining track record and knowledge base in developing and operating utility-scale solar PV plants across the region to provide the Forum with actionable insights in the field of clean energy.
“The opportunity to be part of Jordan’s leading economic development think tank is something that we are very excited about. At MASE, we’ve developed a deep understanding of how clean energy power generation assets can positively impact Jordan’s energy infrastructure and we look forward to sharing those insights to advance Jordan’s energy ambitions and advocate for energy diversity across Jordan’s grid”, said Tareq Khalifeh, MASE’s Managing Director.
JSF has been an instrumental platform in bridging together Jordan’s private and public institutions. The Forum’s member base includes an array of Jordan’s most reputable firms operating across diverse business sectors and the Forum has become renowned for its high-profile events.
On his part, JSF’s CEO His Excellency DR. Ibrahim Saif said: “we are very excited to welcome MASE as a member of the Jordan Strategy Forum. I am thankful for your trust in us and very sure that it will be a win-win relationship. The forum is only as strong as its base of members, and we are counting on your active contribution to our committees and activities.”
About Jordan Strategy Forum
Jordan Strategy Forum is a leading think tank on Economic development. Founded on August 30, 2012, JSF was formed in order to enable the private sector to engage in constructive dialogue on local economic issues and achieve comprehensive economic development. From start-ups to established companies and medium-sized firms, JSF consists of a variety of companies, in addition to scholars and specialists of the Jordanian economy.
MASE operates, maintains and manages commercial and utility-scale solar PV plants with a combined capacity exceeding 100 MWp of operating assets under management. Our dedication is to long-term performance and our award-winning operations and maintenance value proposition comprises a turn-key scope covering preventive and corrective maintenance, performance engineering and rehabilitation.
In June 2019, we received the ‘Fastest Growing O&M Service Provider’ award for the MENA region from International Finance Magazine, a leading UK-based industry publication. In May 2020, we signed an O&M contract to operate and maintain CIM’s Falcon Ma’an Solar PV Plant.