Morocco opens electrical energy production to private entity

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The Moroccan administration is endorsing a national project that privatizes the production of electricity in Morocco due to the shortage of the National Office of Electricity and Water.

This project intends to let private entities to make electricity required to fulfill the population through transferring required megawatts. They require roughly 300 megawatts to access their system and then shift the needed electrical energy from the production spot to the patrons.

Morocco opens electrical energy production to private entity

Morocco opens electrical energy production to private entity

Privatizing this area is a critical move to resolve the concrete necessities of Morocco. The administration is taking proper positions by pursuing private corporations that can help the task of producing electrical energy and steady the socio-economic progress of Morocco.

Executing numerous substitutes to resolve the predicament the national office, Office National D’electricité (ONE), has planned to begin working with the network of Smart Grid to reduce the electricity utilization and the costs of production.

The outlook of this method is so hopeful and promising in Morocco, based on the use of the renewable energy and the regularization of its use through including the patrons in these national concerns.

The Swedish company has averred its willingness to supply Morocco by this method of Smart Grid which can resolve the national need according to sales development Director in Morocco. He also stated that they are ready to offer all the Moroccan corporations by this expertise to facilitate its task of electrical energy production.

Mohamed Dekkak