British Ambassador in Amman Peter Millett, who attended the signing ceremony, said that the importance of this initiative, lies in the fact that Jordan is facing a big challenge in securing sources of energy; lack of it, and in the preservation of the environment.
He pointed out that 15 percent of Britain's energy source is from the sun pointed out that Jordan more fortunate in this regard; because the sun shines for long hours during the day.
The director and founder of TAQETNA Mahmoud Al Shatel said that the training program for students within this initiative will include three phases; general information about the types of renewable energy, and to identify a number of renewable energy systems, and to participate in the installation of some of the regulations in this area.
Student Malak Tofahha expressed her enthusiasm to participate in the training program which compiles her desire to be part of Jordan development, and perhaps the entire world. For his part, the student Amjad al-Hiti said he hoped to contribute to solve the problems of Jordan in the field of energy through renewable energy sources.