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Morocco’s Renewables Plans : Which measures and incentives to spur on a local industry?

Morocco’s Renewables Plans : Which measures and incentives to spur on a local industry?
A professional workshop to be held in Casablanca on April, 16th
Seven international agencies including the World Bank, European Investment Bank, Agence Française de développement, German Development Bank (KfW), Neighbourhood Investment Facility (European Commission), the African Development Bank (AfDB) as well as other Moroccan institutions have been demonstrating its commitment to support the scaling up of renewable energy in Africa with the approval of US $800 million in loans to spur private investment in Morocco’s growing wind and solar markets. The multilateral technical and financial support of Morocco’s plan to develop a concentrated solar power (CSP) plant at Ouarzazate and its Integrated Wind/Hydro and Rural Electrification Program is helping Morocco realize its goal of increasing installed renewable energy capacity to 42 per cent by 2020 from an energy mix to come from solar, wind and hydroelectric sources and becoming a renewable energy industry leader. The projects are mainly structured as public private partnerships (PPP) and are scheduled in different periods., the sole media group in North Africa dedicated to green technologies, renewable, water, waste and sustainability, organizes, in a strong cooperation with MEDZ, the Moroccan leading developper of industrial parks and the cooperation of Moroccan Association of Solar and Wind Industry and the Moroccan Business and Industry Confederation (CGEM), a workshop on “Business outlooks for an Industrial integration in Morocco regarding Renewables’ plans”
This conference will be held in Casablanca (Morocco) on Tuesday, April, 16th with the presence of a top-of-notch range of Moroccan Industrials, Ministeries Representatives, investors and technical experts.
This event will be an opportunity to update data on Moroccan renewables’ plan, to network with other professionals and to keep on track with the Moroccan Government and Industrial actors’ significant efforts to strengthen the legal and regulatory framework in order to facilitate the development of the renewable energy sector in the country and to promote more added value generation by Moroccan Industry.
This workshop will be the starting point of the Second Yearly Green Business Professional Conferences “Tribunes Massolia” that gathered last year, more than 300 professionals on 4 workshops to discuss with 17 experts and to network with each other.
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