The plant will provide the Zataari camp 14 hours of electricity a day at zero cost and bring the refugees one step closer to a sense of normality.
Jordan opened the largest solar park to operate in a refugee facility, aiming to improve the lives of tens of thousands of Syrian refugees at the Zaatari desert camp.
The 4,000 solar panels with a total capacity of 12.9 megawatts are designed to provide 14 hours of electricity a day to Zaatari's 80,000 inhabitants, according to the UNHCR.
The project was financed by Germany at a cost of $17.5 million (15 million euros)
TRT World's Yasin Eken reports.