THE WIND AND THE SUN: THE CENTER OF THE ENERGY TRANSITION
Morocco has adopted, since 2009, an ambitious energy policy placing renewable energies at the center of the national energy mix. By 2030, the share of renewable resources will have to reach 52% of installed capacity. An important turning point for the kingdom, which is on the way to become one of the most committed emerging countries most committed to the development of wind and solar energy. With renewable assets in operation, under construction or under development of nearly 2,000 MW, Nareva is the leading private player in wind power in Africa.
Internationally, Nareva is part of the consortium that was provisionally declared in 2019 as successful tenderer for the construction of the Gafsa photovoltaic power plant.
This large-scale project is one of the first solar "Independent Power Producer" projects, launched by Tunisia, and is part of the development program for the renewable energy sector. It is also Nareva's 1st Pan-African project.