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OUR ORGANIZATION: A PERFORMANCE LEVER

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Nareva has decided to separate its operations into subsidiary companies so that it may develop and manage its initiatives more effectively. These divisions are all focused on separate endeavors.

With this set up, Nareva is able to assign specialized teams to each project and allocate adequate funds accordingly. Also, it is the best resource for learning about how to build cohesive teams and exchange knowledge to address unique challenges.

ADI

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ADI is an engineering firm that works in a variety of fields and specializes in providing assistance with project management and engineering consulting, with expertise in a wide range of technical disciplines.

Since its inception in 1976 until its acquisition by Nareva in 2003, ADI has played a significant role in the preparation, implementation, and installation of major projects. It has become a forerunner on both the national and international stage thanks to its highly skilled, interdisciplinary and diverse workforce, as well as its extensive expertise and experience spanning over forty years.

AMENSOUSS

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The perimeter irrigation site at Sebt El Guerdane, is NAREVA's first major success, is owned by Amensouss, which is a subsidiary of NAREVA. The State (represented by the Ministry of Agriculture) and Amensouss signed a delegated management agreement in 2005, kicking off a public-private partnership that has seen the development and implementation of this project in collaboration with Amiantit, BRL, and the Igrane fund. Amensouss is responsible for the delegated management of the project. In its capacity as a delegate, Amensouss contributes financially to supporting El Guerdane perimeter's supply and irrigation system in the Taroudant region but nevertheless helps plan, implement, and manage this system.

Sebt El Guerdane irrigation project

BWF - BOUJDOUR WIND FARM

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For the purpose of putting into action the Boujdour Wind Farm Project, one of the five wind farms that make up the 850 MW Integrated Wind Farm project, Nareva Enel Green Power Morocco and the Office National de l'Electricité et de l'Eau Potable created this corporation.

850 MW Integrated Wind Project

DAWEC - Dakhla Water & Energy COMPANY

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In accordance with Act 86-12, which regulates public-private partnership contracts, Dakhla Water & Energy Company (DAWEC), a joint venture owned equally by Nareva and ENGIE, was established for the purpose of implementing and operating a seawater desalination project that would serve the Dakhla area in conjunction with a wind farm.

EEM - Energie Eolienne du Maroc

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EEM, an operating owned subsidiary of Nareva, is in charge of the day-to-day operations of four wind farms totaling more than 505 MW of installed capacity. Industrial customers in Morocco with a consumption potential of more than 330 Gwh get the energy generated by these farms.

Aftissat Wind farm 1 Foum El Oued Wind farm Haouma Wind farm

MWF - MIDELT WIND FARM

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The Midelt wind farm project would not be possible without this Nareva Enel Green Power Morocco and the Office National de l'Electricité et de l'Eau Potable joint company. One of the five wind farms that make up the 850 MW Integrated Wind Farm project is the Midelt wind farm.

850 MW Integrated Wind Project

NEGPM - Nareva Enel Green Power Morocco

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The 850 MW Integrated Wind Project is being developed, constructed, and operated by NEGPM, a holding company jointly created by Nareva and Enel Green Power. It will eventually cover the entire country of Morocco, including the cities of Midelt, Boujdour, Tangier, Jbel Lahdidi, and Tiskrad.

850 MW Integrated Wind Project

SAFIEC - Safi Energy Company

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Safi Energy Company (SAFIEC) is the product of an international collaboration comprised of Nareva, Engie, and Mitsui & Co. Its responsibility is to finance, design, build, and operate the 1,386 MW Safi clean coal power station.

Safi thermal power plant

TAREC - Tarfaya Energy Company

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A 50/50 joint venture owned by Nareva and Engie (formerly GDF Suez), Tarfaya Energy Company (TAREC) was created to ensure the construction and operation of the Tarfaya wind farm which remains, to this day, one of the largest wind farms in Africa, with an installed capacity of 301 MW.

Tarfaya wind farm
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