Philadelphia Solar powered the world’s largest hospital solar project


The Abdali Medical Center project is one of the wheeling projects installed by Philadelphia Solar. It is a turnkey solution to generate electricity for the Amman-based center that will cover its consumption, enabling it to better serve patients from a secure energy source – a critical component of the hospital’s ability to deliver sustainable and reliable health care.

The system consists of 25,090 Philadelphia Solar 325 Wp polycrystalline panels attached to Philadelphia Solar mounting structures. The capacity of the system is 8.2 MWp, making it the largest PV system installed for a single medical center worldwide.

Philadelphia Solar was the first photovoltaic panel manufacturer company in the MENA [Middle East and North Africa] region and has an annual PV production capacity of 500 MWp in addition to automated steel production lines to manufacture corrosion-resistant mounting structures with an annual capacity of 300 MWp.

Jordan’s Abdali Medical Center is a multi-specialty hospital with the mission to provide best practice patient-centered care and to promote research and education. The center was founded by the investment group behind the Clemenceau Medical Center in Beirut, which is affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine International. Abdali Medical Center benefits from the knowledge and expertise of the Middle East’s finest medical professionals.

Project Facts: • Project capacity: 8.2 MWp • Area size: 86,000m² • Number of PV panels: 25,090 • Panel type: polycrystalline 325 Wp • Commercial operating date (COD): Since Tuesday.