Energy policy of Morocco
Morocco's energy policy is set independently by two agencies the government, the Office of Hydrocarbons and Mining (ONHYM) which sets domestic oil policy and the Office National de l'Electricité (ONE)...
Oil shale in Morocco
Oil shale in Morocco represents a significant potential resource. The ten known oil shale deposits in Morocco contain over 53.381 billion barrels (8.4869×10^ m) of shale oil. Although Moroccan o...
Renewable energy in Morocco
Renewable energy in Morocco represented 0.4% of the national energy balance (excluding biomass) and nearly 10% of electricity production in 2007. Renewable energy is supported by strong hydropower sou...
Wind power in Morocco
In 2013, 5,05% of electricity produced in Morocco was coming from wind power. The current installed capacity as of 2014, is 750 MW, with an objective of 2,000 MW by 2020.
Wind power in Morocco - Wikipedia
Nuclear energy in Morocco
Morocco constructs a 2 MW Triga research reactor. The government has plans to build a nuclear power plant in 2016–2017 at Sidi Boulbra in cooperation with Russia's Atomstroyexport, and desalination pl...
Solar power in Morocco
Solar power in Morocco is enabled by one of the highest rates of solar insolation of any country — about 3,000 hours per year of sunshine but up to 3,600 hours in the desert. Morocco has launched one ...
Solar power in Morocco - Wikipedia