Overview of the Moroccan Electricity Industry

Overview of the Moroccan Electricity Industry

Is Morocco at the Dawn of a New Era towards Renewable Energy?

RELEASE DATE
20-Dec-2011
REGION
Africa
Research Code: M7BF-01-00-00-00
SKU: EG01190-AF-MR_07131

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Moroccan electricity industry is facing a steady growth demand, having increased yearly by six to eight per cent in the past 10 years. Growth has been driven by robust economic development and improved welfare conditions, following various economic reforms. Electricity in Morocco is mainly generated from fossil fuels and, more particularly, fuel oil and coal. The private sector already produces more than half of Moroccan power. Due to domestic resources shortages, Morocco imports almost all of its energy feedstock at a cost that the state can barely afford. As a result, Morocco aims at pursuing a diversification of its energy sources by developing its renewable energy potential.

Table of Contents

Introduction

  • Cover Slide
  • Research Team
  • Table of Contents
  • Document Divider
  • Executive Summary

Introduction

  • Document Divider
  • Definitions
  • Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • Introduction
  • Key Industry Participants
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Regulatory Structure
  • Drivers and Restraints
  • Demand versus Supply Analysis
  • Infrastructure Analysis
  • Pipeline of Investments

Introduction

  • Document Divider
  • Market Engineering Measurements
  • Demand versus Supply
  • Key Investment Opportunities

Introduction

  • Document Divider
  • The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)
  • Legal Disclaimer

Introduction

  • Document Divider
  • Market Engineering Methodology
  • Table of Acronyms Used
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Moroccan electricity industry is facing a steady growth demand, having increased yearly by six to eight per cent in the past 10 years. Growth has been driven by robust economic development and improved welfare conditions, following various economic reforms. Electricity in Morocco is mainly generated from fossil fuels and, more particularly, fuel oil and coal. The private sector already produces more than half of Moroccan power. Due to domestic resources shortages, Morocco imports almost all of its energy feedstock at a cost that the state can barely afford. As a result, Morocco aims at pursuing a diversification of its energy sources by developing its renewable energy potential.
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Author Celine Paton
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