Morocco ranked first in the world in renewable energies, according to the latest report issued by the RECAI platform, which specializes in the index of the attractiveness of countries for renewable energy.
The report indicates that the Kingdom was able to occupy this rank by taking advantage of its geographical characteristics to incorporate flexibility into its electricity production system.
According to the same report mentioned before, “The installed capacity of renewable energies in Morocco has exceeded 5 gigabytes, which represents a significant growth in the past two decades, given that the capacity was 1.2 gigabytes in the year 2000. Morocco seeks to double its production capacity in 2030 to reach 12 gigabytes.”
The report added, “Morocco hopes to achieve its goals through technological development in the field of energy, storage, green hydrogen, and reducing costs of renewable energy.”
On the other hand, Morocco is ranked by the International Renewable Energy Agency among the top five countries in the world, in terms of its competitiveness for green hydrogen production: “With 3,000 hours of sunshine per year,” solar energy is currently the largest source of renewable energy.