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Enel Green Power to expand into Morocco | CleanTechnica

Morocco’s booming renewables are attracting new and increased investment from around the world: Italy’s renewable energy developer Enel Green Power is looking to increase investment in Morocco. Enel Green Power considers Morocco a pioneer in the renewable energy sector in Africa, having set impressive capacity addition targets and backing them with clear regulations. Enel Green Power CEO Francesco Venturini stated that the company has already set up a regional headquarters in Morocco, and ...

Enel Sets Sights On Morocco’s Renewable Wave | Forbes

Morocco’s goal of providing 42% of its energy from local renewable sources is cementing its role as a renewable energy “pioneer” in the region: In what has to be welcome vote of confidence for Morocco’s energy diversification efforts, Italian renewable developer Enel Green Power SpA has announced plans to expand into the North African nation. According to CEO Francesco Venturini, Morroco has emerged as a renewable “energy pioneer” in the region, outlining clear goals and providing ...

TPG Chooses Morocco for Debut Africa Investment | The Wall Street Journal

US investors are increasingly betting on Africa’s growing middle class, especially in Morocco: TPG has become the latest U.S. private-equity firm to invest in Africa, making its first investment in a chain of private schools in Morocco, to tap into a middle class which is spending more on education. TPG, led by billionaire David Bonderman, and its partner in Africa, Satya Capital Ltd., under Chairman Mo Ibrahim, will pay 250 ...

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Morocco-US Businesses Set for Fall Meet-ups – Jean R. AbiNader

Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC September 11, 2015 Events in Atlanta and Rabat Underscore Trade & Investment Opportunities While other countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are struggling to get their economies on course, either because of downturns in commodity prices or political instability, Morocco continues to keep its focus on stimulating economic growth. One key part of that strategy is attracting higher levels of Foreign Direct Investment ...

Volkswagen Reportedly Chooses Morocco not Algiers | North Africa Post

Morocco gets another boost to its growing automotive sector with the announcement that Volkswagen will install a new plant there: It seems that Morocco has won another battle against its neighbouring arch-rival Algeria, member of the OPEC cartel. After months of secret negotiations with the two countries, German automaker Volkswagen is believed to have finally picked Morocco to install its new plant following suit of French groups Renault and Peugeot-Citroen. ...
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