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    Friday, November 20, 2015

    MOROCCO SOLAR ON THE VERGE

    Morocco Will Soon Become the World's Solar Energy Superpower; Eventually, the country's solar energy agency would like to export its renewable power to countries in the Middle East and Europe.

    David McNair, November 19, 2015 (TakePart)

    “…Morocco will be taking the first step toward becoming the world’s solar energy superpower…when the first phase of a planned renewable energy plant will go online under the Saharan sun outside the city of Ouarzazate…The planned solar energy mega-complex, which will eventually include hydro and wind plants, will cover roughly the same area as the country’s capital, Rabat, and provide half of Morocco’s electricity by 2020…The first phase of the project, called Noor 1…[uses] concentrated solar power, which is more expensive but allows the system to continue producing energy after the sun goes down…Eventually, when the Noor 2 and 3 plants are built, heat energy will be stored for as long as eight hours, which could provide solar energy to the region around the clock…[and allow export of] renewable power to countries in the Middle East and Europe…” click here for more

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