About us

OUR ORGANIZATION: A PERFORMANCE LEVER

image

To ensure better efficiency in the development and management of its projects, Nareva has chosen to split its activities into subsidiaries. Each one of these subsidiaries is dedicated to a specific project.

This organizational structure allows Nareva to have expert teams and suitable financing for each project. It is also the ultimate guide to team synergy and sharing expertise for special needs.

ADI

Read more
Show less

ADI is a multidisciplinary engineering company specialized in Engineering Consulting and Project Management Assistance.

Founded in 1976, and acquired by Nareva in 2003, ADI has been a key player in the implementation and set-up of large-scale projects. Its multidisciplinary and highly qualified team, solid expertise and experience of over forty years make it a national and international pioneer.

AMENSOUSS

Read more
Show less

NAREVA’s first achievement, Sebt El Guerdane perimeter irrigation site is held by the Amensouss subsidiary. This project, developed with Amiantit, BRL and the Igrane fund, is carried out as part of a public-private partnership, initiated in 2005 by the signing of the delegated management agreement between the State (represented by the Ministry of Agriculture) and Amensouss.

As a delegate, Amensouss participates in the financing, design, implementation, and operation of the supply and irrigation structure of the perimeter of El Guerdane in the Taroudant region.

Sebt El Guerdane irrigation project

BWF - BOUJDOUR WIND FARM

Read more
Show less

A company owned by Nareva Enel Green Power Morocco and the Office National de l'Electricité et de l'Eau Potable, it was created for the implementation of the Boujdour wind farm project, one of the five wind farms making up the 850 MW Integrated Wind Farm project.

850 MW Integrated Wind Project

DAWEC - Dakhla Water & Energy COMPANY

Read more
Show less

A 50/50 joint venture owned by Nareva and ENGIE, Dakhla Water & Energy Company (DAWEC) was established for the implementation and operation of the seawater desalination project serving the Dakhla area coupled with a wind farm, under Act 86-12 relating to public-private partnership contracts.

EEM - Energie Eolienne du Maroc

Read more
Show less

An operating subsidiary of Nareva, EEM, currently operates a wind portfolio of more than 505 MW of installed capacity on 4 wind farms.

The energy produced by these farms is supplied to Moroccan industrial customers whose consumption potential exceeds 330 Gwh.

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

MWF - MIDELT WIND FARM

Read more
Show less

A company owned by Nareva Enel Green Power Morocco and the Office National de l'Electricité et de l'Eau Potable, it was created for the implementation of the Midelt wind farm project, one of the five wind farms making up the 850 MW Integrated Wind Farm project.

850 MW Integrated Wind Project

NEGPM - Nareva Enel Green Power Morocco

Read more
Show less

NEGPM is the holding company created by Nareva and Enel Green Power to develop, build and operate the 850 MW Integrated Wind Project. Ultimately, it will extend to 5 sites in Morocco: Midelt, Boujdour, Tangier, Jbel Lahdidi and Tiskrad.

850 MW Integrated Wind Project

SAFIEC - Safi Energy Company

Read more
Show less

The result of an international cooperation formed by Nareva, Engie and Mitsui & Co consortium, Safi Energy Company (SAFIEC) is in charge of the financing, design, construction, and operation of the Safi clean coal power plant, with a capacity of 1,386 MW.

Safi thermal power plant

TAREC - Tarfaya Energy Company

Read more
Show less

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
image