Samer JudehCo-founder and Chairman of the Jordan Wind Project Company

Co-founder and Chairman of the Jordan Wind Project Company PSC. Mr. Judeh has been instrumental in the development, construction, operation and management of the 117-mega-watt Tafila Wind Farm, the first and largest privately sponsored utility scale wind farm in the region. He was also the founder and Chairman of Shamsuna Power Company, which developed, constructed and is currently operating the first utility scale solar project to connect to the Jordanian national grid. Mr. Judeh has been an active member of the renewable energy sector since 2007, and has been a key player in the negotiation of contracts and the implementation of laws and regulations for the industry.
A Jordanian businessman, Mr. Judeh has over 30 years of experience in managing a wide range of initiatives in the fields of renewable energy, information technology, security and infrastructure. His extensive international business experience affords him key insight into the development and management of large-scale projects as well as the establishment and deployment of innovative enterprises. He is currently the Chairman of the board of the American Chamber of Commerce in Jordan and also a Board member and Vice Chair of EDAMA. Samer was also a Board Member of the School of Medicine at Jordan University prior to becoming a Board member of the Jordan University Hospital. He is also a Member of the Board of Advisors at the Centre for Contemporary Arab studies, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University and a member of the energy Committee of the National Economic Workshop.
Samer is a graduate of Georgetown University in Washington DC, with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (MSB’86) and a Master’s degree in Arab Studies (International Affairs and Government) (MAAS’88).

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