Morocco Energy

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Projet de gaz naturel liquéfié (GNL) de plusieurs milliards de dollars, découvertes de gisements de gaz sur le territoire, et engagement continu en faveur des énergies renouvelables : c’est ainsi que le Maroc compte répondre aux besoins grandissants des consommateurs et de l’industrie en matière d’énergie, et diversifier son mix énergétique.

 

The kingdom is taking steps to improve the collection, processing and valorisation of waste. During the COP22 UN Conference on Climate Change, which took place in Marrakech in November 2016, the government signed funding agreements with the Dutch Development Bank (FMO) and the European Investment Bank (EIB) to enhance solid waste management....

 

Demand for electricity in Morocco has grown rapidly in recent years as a result of steady economic development. Estimates suggest that the country’s installed generation capacity will have to be tripled in order to meet rising demand, which has expanded by an estimated 6-7% annually in recent years. The primary challenge lies in determining...

 

Importing the vast majority of its energy, Morocco continues to rely heavily on fossil fuel-based imports. In recent years, the kingdom has made concerted efforts to reduce its energy dependence, implementing renewable energy projects, and introducing an oil and gas exploration programme. It has devised a new and ambitious energy strategy,...

Chapter | Energy from The Report: Morocco 2018

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Morocco has long been recognised as one of the most advanced nations in Africa due to its strategic location and sizeable diaspora community, as well as its well-developed manufacturing sector, mining industry and agricultural output.

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