The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Environment (MEME) of the Kingdom of Morocco have today agreed to strengthen joint collaboration to advance knowledge in renewable energy and to accelerate the energy transition. Specifically, IRENA and Morocco will work closely to advance the national green hydrogen economy as the country aims to become a major green hydrogen producer and exporter.
The Kingdom of Morocco is already doing quite alright in terms of renewable energy relative to most other countries. Renewable energy creates about 35% of the country’s electricity needs, according to data from 2019. But the country is aiming to do much better.
The energy transition factors of co-development are about sharing prosperity between the two shores of the Mediterranean. By Dr Abdelrahmane Mebtoul, Professor of universities, International expert, Director of Studies at SONATRACH circa 1974/1979, 1990/1995 and 2000/2007. Head of The Algerian delegation to the civil society summit of both sides of the Mediterranean and chairman of the […]
Civil Society Summit of both shores peoples of the western Mediterranean in Marseille in June 2019 Civil Society Summit of both sides of the western Mediterranean in Marseille in June 2019 through an exclusive interview of Professor and international expert, Dr Abderrahmane MEBTOUL. Why a 5 + 5 meeting? We must recognise the mixed results […]
Morocco boasted of major projects in renewable energy with a total investment of $14 billion from 2017 to 2023, at the IRENA meeting in Abu Dhabi per Tarek Bazza, a journalist at Morocco World News with Master’s degree in Translation from King Fahd School of Translation in Tangier on January 12, 2019. Minister Rabbah: Morocco […]
Britain has shifted 30% of its electricity away from fossil fuels in just nine years By Joe Dunckley / shutterstock Grant Wilson, University of Birmingham and Iain Staffell, Imperial College London Nine years ago, Britain generated nearly 75% of its electricity using natural gas and coal. In 2018, this dropped to under 45% – a […]