Renewable energy in MoroccoMorocco is located in North Africa with the capital in the city of Rabat. The state is divided into 12 regions.

Morocco’s renewables market

Renewable energy installations amounted to 1401 MW in 2007, 1592 MW in 2010, and  2443 MW in 2016.

The renewables push started in 2009 with Morocco planning to spend an estimated $9 billion to generate 42% of the nation’s electricity from solar, wind and hydropower by 2020. That estimate decreased later due to declining costs.

Morocco’s renewables market outlook

Morocco plans to raise production of electricity from solar, wind and hydropower to 52% by 2030 from 34% in 2018. The state plans to add 6 GW of installed renewables capacity between 2018 and 2030.

Morocco’s renewable energy policy

Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment

The ministry regulates the markets of energy and environmental protection.

Moroccan Agency for Energy Efficiency, AMEE

Moroccan Agency for Energy Efficiency (AMEE) is a government body in charge of renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Solar power in Morocco

Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (MASEN), the central player for renewable energy in Morocco, supports the development of an integrated solar power ecosystem, activated by the deployment of the Noor photovoltaic (PV) and concentrated solar power (CSP) plants throughout the kingdom.

Wind power in Morocco

The debut onshore wind power farm in Morocco Koudia Al Baida with a capacity of 50 MW was launched in 2000.

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      Useful links

      AMEE official website
      Official website of Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment