Morocco is arguably the North African country that has made the most effort towards creating a national solar energy industry. Morocco has no fossil fuel reserves, so it is almost entirely reliant on imports. To mitigate this, in 2015 King Mohammed VI committed the country to increasing its share of renewable electricity generation to 52% by 2030. This webinar looks into the next steps for the country as it continues to develop its renewable energy strategy.
- Get an update on the ongoing Noor projects as well as new programs, and consider the opportunities they create for companies along the supply chain
- Understand how Morocco is fulfilling social and financial goals through the deployment of renewables; and what opportunities this is creating for the development of local businesses
- Analysis of the evolving energy mix: see which technologies could be deployed to meet future energy demand in Morocco