Launched in 2012, Spectrum International for Renewable Energy offers high-end renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions. The company is fully owned by Eqbal Investment Co. (PLC); one of the most
successful publicly traded companies on the Amman Stock Exchange with a net profit of 46.7 Million JOD in 2017.
Spectrum provides a wide range of quality services that vary from energy audits and efficiency, to the construction and financing of utility scale renewable-energy projects, specifically solar.
The company aims to be a leading EPC contractor and developer in the region, however, its vision expands to more than solar; encompassing wind, storage, waste-to-energy and other sectors under the “Green” umbrella.
Ultimately, as a company, Spectrum strives to minimize its customers’ carbon footprint, to protect the environment and, finally, to gain independence from traditional sources of energy.
Spectrum brings together a young group of highly talented engineers and professionals that collectively combine the fields of Finance, Engineering and Business Strategy. Thus, creating a complete entrepreneurial environment with the necessary elements for success. The company maintains an open and flexible working environment that promotes creativity and technical ingenuity, while always maintaining professional integrity and dedication to its clients.
The company’s success has enabled the creation of key strategic alliances throughout the value chain, from financiers and manufacturers to leading developers and contractors. These relationships have further strengthened Spectrum’s position as a key player.
Spectrum is currently developing projects inside and outside Jordan. Spectrum’s latest project is a 13 MW project serving the Royal Hashemite Court, the Center for Security and Crisis Management and 21 Social Centers serving the elderly, the disabled and orphans. It is worth mentioning that, like all Spectrum’s EPC projects, this one was designed built and currently maintained by Spectrum’s in-house talent. This project is the biggest and first of its kind to be connected to the JEPCO grid. Spectrum is also co-developing a 10MW solar plant utilizing a combination of both PV (Photo Voltaic) and CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) technologies in Italy. This is part of Spectrum’s belief in the importance of investing in a diverse renewable portfolio, specifically one that includes storage technologies.
The company entered 2018 with a healthy pipeline, and is determined to continue its successful growth and devotion to its clients.