Morocco’s Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable (ONEE) will spend MD112.3bn ($13.5bn) improving Morocco’s security of electricity supply over 2013-17. ONEE plans to raise Morocco’s generating capacity by almost 70% by 2017 (to 11.28GW). Of the 4.59GW of new generating capacity to be added, 45% (2.09GW) will be renewable. ONEE recently launched the 160MW Noor-1 solar plant at Ouarzazate and the 150MW Taza wind farm.
ONEE has set...
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