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Morocco's Rise as a CleanTech Leader: CBC Backs Its Green Hydrogen Future

Updated: Nov 18, 2023


Morocco is rapidly gaining recognition as a potential leader in the cleantech and green hydrogen sector. Its unique geographical position, ambitious renewable energy goals, and proactive infrastructure development are placing it at the forefront of sustainable energy solutions.


This potential is further reinforced by the interest shown by CleanTech Business Club leaders, who are betting big on Morocco's future in this field.

This is exemplified by our participation in the World-Power-to-X conference held in Marrakesh in Morocco in October 2023, followed with bilateral meeting held in Casablanca, Rabat, Agadir and Mohammedia to explore opportunities and partnerships.



With increasing global demand for clean and sustainable energy, Morocco's role in shaping a green future is becoming increasingly critical, benefiting not just its own energy landscape but also offering significant export potential to Europe and beyond as:

  • Abundant Renewable Energy Resources: Morocco's strategic location offers an abundance of solar and wind energy resources. The country benefits from extensive sunshine and robust coastal winds, ideal for the production of clean electricity and green hydrogen.

  • Ambitious Renewable Energy Targets: Morocco has set forward-looking renewable energy targets. Its National Energy Strategy aims to generate over 50% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030. This commitment aligns Morocco with the global movement towards decarbonization and marks it as a reliable source of green electricity.

  • Strategic Proximity to Europe: Morocco's geographical proximity to Europe is a major strategic benefit. It enables efficient exportation of electricity and hydrogen to European markets, supporting Europe's renewable energy and hydrogen ambitions. This proximity also reduces the logistical challenges and costs associated with long-distance energy transfer.

  • Investment in Energy Infrastructure: Morocco is actively investing in its energy infrastructure, such as transmission lines and interconnectors. The Morocco-Spain electrical interconnection, known as the MARLINK project, exemplifies this effort, enhancing Morocco's capacity to export electricity to Europe.

  • Hydrogen Production Potential: Leveraging its renewable energy resources, Morocco holds significant potential for green hydrogen production. This can cater to various sectors and is poised for export to Europe, contributing to its decarbonization goals.

Conclusion: Morocco’s advantageous geography, commitment to renewable energy, strategic position near European markets, ongoing infrastructure developments, potential in hydrogen production, and the endorsement by global cleantech leaders collectively solidify its position as an emerging cleantech and green hydrogen hub. With increasing global demand for clean and sustainable energy, Morocco's role in shaping a green future is becoming increasingly critical, benefiting not just its own energy landscape but also offering significant export potential to Europe and beyond.


If you are interested in being a part of CBC Moroccan adventure please contact our Secretariat here

See our Pictures Galleries from World-Power-to-X here, and bilateral meetings here

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