19 May '11, 1pm

Morocco invests euro 8 billon in renewable energies and Germany suites euro 43 million

As the first Arab country, Morocco has presented a bill for the promotion of renewable energies and energy efficiency to the council of ministers. In addition to boost the amount of renewable energies related to total energy consumption, energy efficiency in public buildings, in industry and in public transport shall be improved. Last year, an energy plan has been announced with investments into renewable energies of euro 8 billion. This as well includes the installation of new sun collectors for hot water generation. According to this blueprint, 400,000 sqm of sun collectors shall supply around 150,000 households with energy locally in the country side. Within the framework of bilateral development cooperation the German Government is going to support the expansion of renewable energies. Over the next few years there should be invested more than euro 43 million into speci...

Full article: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/partner/ener-even...

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