Morocco’s Masen Announces 260MW Solar PV Tender

The projects will be located in Ain Beni Mathar (42 MW), Enjil (42 MW), Boudnib (36 MW), Outat el Haj (36 MW), Bouanane (30 MW), and Tan-Tan et à Tata, which will host two 36 MW facilities.

Morocco has around fifty renewable energy projects in operation, with a total capacity of 4109 MW. Masen contributes significantly to the Kingdom’s energy transition through the management of electricity projects from renewable sources, both wind and solar. Indeed, 2500 MW are committed to solar while 1320 MW are committed to wind power and 360 MW to hydroelectricity.

Link to the tender document (in french) HERE 

Good luck!

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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