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Tarfaya wind farm

Tarfaya wind farm

With an installed capacity of 300 MW, produced by 131 wind turbines of 2.3 MW each, the Tarfaya wind farm is the largest wind farm built to date on the African continent. This park, operational since December 2014, has been developed in partnership with ENGIE and the National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE).

It meets the needs of nearly 1.5 million households, the equivalent of the population of Marrakech. The park thus contributes to greater energy independence of Morocco and avoids nearly 900,000 tons of CO2 per year.

Technology Wind
Installed Capacity 301.3 MW
Output 1100.0 GWh per year

131 Siemens turbines with a unit capacity of 2.3 MW

Geographic location

20 km south-east of the city of Tarfaya (southern Morocco)

Date of commercial operation 12-2014

The energy produced is exclusively sold to the ONEE as part of a 20-year electricity purchase and supply contract.


Largest wind farm in Africa to date

CO2 emissions avoided

800,000 tons/year, i.e. equivalent to CO2 absorbed by nearly 40 million trees per year