Morocco to amend law on renewable energy | SeeNews
Morocco continues to push reforms that facilitate expanding domestic renewable energy production:
In a move to boost investment in the renewable energy sector, Moroccan government on Tuesday approved a bill to amend the existing 13-09 law on renewable energy development.
When adopted, the new law, bill number 58-15, will allow renewable energy producers to sell surplus electricity to establishments connected to the high voltage or very high voltage grid of ONEE, the state owned utility responsible for the provision of electricity as well as the operation of the transmission system.
The proposed changes will also raise the minimum capacity of hydro power projects to 30 MW from 12 MW at present…[FULL STORY]