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Morocco explores synergies with the Mediterranean regulators to integrate RES in its electricity market
25 February 2019
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On 25 February, MEDREG welcomed Mr Abdellatif Bardach, President of the Moroccan Electricity Regulatory Authority (ANRE) in Milan to exchange expertise and best practices in the regulation of the Mediterranean electricity markets.

Jointly organized by RES4MED&Africa and MEDREG, the visit aimed at identifying possible synergies between the different Mediterranean countries and the Moroccan Kingdom, with a particular focus on regulatory tools to integrate Renewable energy sources in the Mediterranean region.

While MEDREG gave an overview of the legislative, policy and regulatory tools applied in the Southern shore countries of the Mediterranean to incentivize renewable energy projects, the Moroccan representatives shared their vision of regulation, stating the importance of independence. Mr Bardach recalled the objective of achieving 52% of RES by 2030 and gave a picture of the current share of RES in Morocco. He mentioned the areas relevant to the Moroccan energy sector such as the reinforcement of interconnections, infrastructure and storage, and reiterated his interest in participating in MEDREG’s activities and in benefitting from a personalized support on unbundling and market opening issues.

Later this year, MEDREG will provide a training to ANRE addressing the topic of the regulator’s competences and its relationships with other public bodies.
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