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Electricity trade between Morocco and Spain

Morocco exports account for about 76% of cross-border electricity trade with Spain! According to data from the Spanish semi-public operator “Red Electrica De España”, Morocco is the largest electricity exporter

Africa Business activities & Projects

Morocco is Tendering for a solar energy project

The Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (Masen) announced on Tuesday (July 9th) the opening of the first stage of the tender for the construction, operation, and maintenance of a 230

Africa Business activities & Projects

Morocco and China to co-develop a $300 million hydropower project

On July 10th, “Platinum Power” of Morocco and Chinese “CFHEC” signed a partnership agreement on a 108 MW hydroelectric project with a value of $ 300 million. The purpose of

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Nuclear cooperation between Morocco and Rwanda

Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA), and Moroccan Agency for Nuclear and Radiological Safety and Security have signed a cooperation agreement to exchange information and experience in nuclear technology. The agreement

Africa Business activities & Projects

Morocco begins exporting electricity to Spain

The thermal power plant in the city of Safi has started to export electricity abroad, where Spain has revealed that it began to purchase electricity generated from the plant since

Africa Business activities & Projects

Morocco increases its investment in renewable energy

Morocco is considered the biggest energy importer in North Africa, spending over 3 Billion Dollars on importing fuel and electricity and facing a growing demand on energy rating 6.5% per

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Morocco plans to do dominate Africa’s energy market

As Africa is facing challenges in the energy sector and infrastructure issues, Morocco is ready to become a main partner to all African countries.   The Moroccan experience in the

Middle East Supply chain & Procurement

Rosatom faces lack of local human resource in the Middle East

Rosatom announced that the Middle East countries that have nuclear programs, including Jordan, need for a single nuclear plant 750 specialists from professionals at various levels and rehabilitation: The nuclear

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Sustainable Electric Power in Jordan

The University of Jordan host the sustainable electric power generation in the Middle East and North Africa conference organized by the Department of Mechanical Engineering in collaboration with the University