Rabat - Moroccan-German environmental cooperation was at the heart of the world's largest solar fair in the world, Intersolar 2017. The Kingdom was the star of the “Investing in the Moroccan Solar Market” event, organized in partnership with the German Solar Association, BSW.
Rabat – Moroccan-German environmental cooperation was at the heart of the world’s largest solar fair in the world, Intersolar 2017. The Kingdom was the star of the “Investing in the Moroccan Solar Market” event, organized in partnership with the German Solar Association, BSW.
A Moroccan delegation took part in the international exhibition Intersolar 2017 in Munich, where several Moroccan actors operating in the solar energy sector participated in the Intersolar 2017 trade fair from May 30 to June 2, 2017.
With the support of the Morocco-German Energy Partnership Secretariat (PAREMA), the Initiative for Climate-Friendly Technologies (DKTI) and in partnership with the GIZ DKTI project, Morocco was represented by a delegation composed of the secretariats and members of Moroccan Cluster Solaire and AMISOLE association. Representatives of the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development, and MASEN and ONEE also formed the delegation.
German and international investors have shown great interest in the promising solar market in Morocco, notably during the event, “Investing in the Moroccan Solar Market.” That event was organized in partnership with the German solar association, BSW, underlined the secretariat Of the Moroccan-German Energy Partnership (Parema).
During the event, a cooperative agreement for institutional strengthening and the establishment of a quality label for photovoltaic solar installations was signed between the BSW association and AMISOLE. The collaboration will also involve the IFMEREE institute in Oujda, which benefits from the support of German technical cooperation and other actors for the training of the installers who must certify the installations.
Intersolar Europe is the world’s leading event for the solar industry. This year’s edition welcomed more than 40,000 visitors and 1,200 exhibitors specialized in the field of energy storage and photovoltaics.