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.
Morocco has taken a further advance this time in energy storage as well described in Solar energy storage breakthrough unveiled in a drive to deliver affordable round-the-clock renewable energy to millions by Robin Whitlock. Friday, March 6, 2020 Renewable energy storage company, Azelio, has integrated a unique energy storage technology at the world’s largest solar power […]
Tunisia soon to commission Tozeur photovoltaic solar power plant By Fidelis John – Jun 11, 2019 Tunisian authorities have announced plans to commission and connect to the national electricity distribution grid the 10 MW Tozeur photovoltaic solar power plant located in the west of the country by the end of June 2019. Tozeur photovoltaic solar power plant The […]
Renewable energy producer, Alcazar Energy said that the Alcazar Energy Egypt Solar 1 (AEES1) PV project, located in Benban Solar Park in Aswan, Egypt is one of four developments being undertaken by the energy producer, with each having a capacity of 64 MWp all adding up to a total of 256 MWp. The projects, part […]
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? Power-generating windmill turbines are seen during sunset at a wind park near Reims, France, November 13, 2017. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann France aims to boost electrical renewable energy capacity – including hydropower – from 48.6 gigawatt (GW) end 2017 to 74 GW in 2023 and 113 GW in 2028, mainly by…