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Pre-qualification phase for the Noor Midelt II Concentrated Solar Power project launched in Morocco
Noor Midelt II will bring together all the solar technologies with mature storage, in particular Photovoltaics (PV) and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) associated with various thermal storage or battery technologies
Morocco expected to be home to Africa’s largest desalination plant
The project is located in the southern city of Agadir, Morocco’s tenth largest city by population, home to over 450,000 people.
Morocco set to open up medium voltage PV market
PV magazine reports that a move to the medium voltage grid will prove a game changer, with most big electricity consumers connected to that network
Ourazazate Noor III CSP Tower in Morocco Exceeds Performance Targets
Data from the first few months of operation shows Noor III is exceeding performance targets on total output, ramping rates, as well as the integration of the thermal energy storage and steam generation systems
EDF, Masdar consortium wins 800MW solar project deal in Morocco
Morocco’s plan for 52% renewable energy strategy by 2030 takes another step forward with solar project Noor Midelt I
ACWA Power Khalladi opens its Capital to SAHAM Assurances
ACWA Power Khalladi has welcomed SAHAM Assurances a new institutional investor, who will hold 24% of the Capital and who will sit on the Board of Directors
Morocco awards permits for two hydropower plants
French headquartered Voltalia has announced that it has obtained permits for two hydropower plants of 9.8MW and 7.2MW in Morocco
Morocco to build a desalination plant in Casablanca-Settat
Morocco is finalising a feasibility study and financial and institutional structures for a new seawater desalination plant project
Morocco to Build Largest Seawater Desalination Plant
The project will be developed by Abengoa in the Agadir region in partnership with the National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water and BMCE Bank
Morocco to tender for 800MW solar plants by 2017
Morocco plans to launch tenders for the construction of two solar plants with a combined capacity of up to 800 megawatts (MW) by the start of 2017


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