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Morocco is a country that has invested heavily in green energy in recent years, with ambitious plans to increase the share of renewable energy in its electricity production. Thanks to its favorable geographic location for solar and wind energy, Morocco has managed to become a leader in green energy production in Africa. Notable projects include the Tarfaya wind farm and the Noor Ouarzazate solar power plant, one of the largest solar power plants in the world. The country is also engaged in the transition to electric vehicles to reduce the use of fossil fuels in the transportation sector.
MASDAR ENERGY focuses on improving energy efficiency and integrating renewable energy sources, particularly specializing in solar energy and VED. It offers specific study services, turnkey projects, measurements and verifications, as well as energy performance contracts.
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Here are some examples of the application of the latest technologies in various fields. Building facades can now produce energy using innovative technologies. Sensor networks can be set up to measure various environmental data. Solar street lights and new generation solar panels offer new sustainable energy solutions. Water leaks can be avoided and water savings promoted through innovative water management technologies. Heat and cold management systems are increasingly sophisticated and make it possible to improve the energy efficiency of buildings. Finally, air filtration technologies help maintain a healthy and comfortable indoor environment.
Solar energy for agriculture
MASDAR Energy is developing an energy efficiency offer for farmers:
- Reduction in farm energy bills
- Coupling of PV to the irrigation system
- Exploitation of basin surfaces (land economy)
- Reduction of operating temperature for PV panels
- Operational Condition Maintenance Service
- In the medium term, installation of systems with energy storage allowing irrigation at night
Masdar Energy wants to put the latest technologies at the service of the Farmer by developing a high-level engineering offer.
Waste Energy Recovery (VED)
Plastic to Fuel first project in this sector:
The Moroccan plastic waste market has significant potential for the replication of the pilot project (at equal capacity), i.e. installation possibilities:
- More than 36 projects (3 per region) using non-recycled plastics from household waste, spread across several regions of the kingdom.
- Around ten projects in the agricultural sector (plastic greenhouses).
- Several projects using plastic waste from industry. With its presence in Africa and its strategic partnerships, Marita Group intends to replicate this model in Morocco, then in other African countries, building on its national successes.