摩洛哥的目标是到 2030 年将可再生能源装机容量翻一番,达到 12 吉瓦

摩洛哥的目标是到 2030 年将可再生能源装机容量翻一番,达到 12 吉瓦


摩洛哥的目标是到 2030 年将其可再生能源产能提高到 12 吉瓦,因为这个北非国家继续开发新项目以满足其不断增长的电力需求并加强其清洁能源产能。

一位高级官员表示,该国将在未来八年内将其可再生能源产能从目前的 5 吉瓦以上增加 全国 周一在阿布扎比举行的世界公用事业大会期间。 到那时,可再生能源将占总能源结构的 52%,高于目前的 40%。

“今天有很大的投资要开发 [renewables projects] 在该国不同地区,“摩洛哥能源效率署总干事说穆林说。

“我们拥有最具竞争力的风能和太阳能资源之一 [and] 这就是为什么我们的可再生能源价格非常低,风能每千瓦时不到 3 美分,太阳能光伏发电则在 2 到 3 美分之间。”

他说,新可再生能源项目的总投资将达到“数十亿美元”,但没有透露确切数字。

摩洛哥 90% 以上的能源需要进口,是中东和北非地区最早采用可再生能源的国家之一。

它还吸引了马斯达尔等阿联酋公司的投资。 阿布扎比清洁能源公司与国家电力和饮用水办公室合作,建立了一个太阳能家庭系统项目,为摩洛哥 1,000 多个农村城镇的近 20,000 户家庭提供能源。

马斯达尔也是一个国际财团的一部分,该财团赢得了在摩洛哥建造一座 800 兆瓦太阳能发电厂的招标。 Masdar 与位于卡萨布兰卡的法国 EDF Renewables 和 Green of Africa 一起,正在摩洛哥建设一座 800 兆瓦的 Noor Midelt 太阳能发电厂。

Mouline 先生说,摩洛哥正在寻求来自世界各地的投资以开发新项目。

“上一次风电项目招标,我们有 19 组 [competing[ from all over the world,” he said. “At the end, we had three companies, we do infrastructure and they are doing investment.”

Dubai-based AMEA Power recently won a contract to build two solar power plants in Morocco.

The solar projects were awarded to AMEA Power as part of a large international tender launched by the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (Masen) and the Ministry of Energy Transition and Sustainable Development to construct the first phase of the multi-site solar energy Noor PV II programme, which has a capacity of 330MW.

Many resource-rich Middle Eastern countries are also investing in boosting their renewables capacity as they look to free up their crude for export and to cut emissions.

The UAE, Opec’s third-largest oil producer, aims to become carbon neutral by 2050, with clean and renewable energy investments worth Dh600 billion ($163.5bn) planned over the next three decades.

Abu Dhabi, which accounts for a bulk of the UAE’s oil production, is building the world’s largest solar plant at Al Dhafra with a capacity of 2 gigawatts, while Dubai is building the world’s largest solar energy park in an effort to reduce reliance on natural gas and diversify its power sources.

The Mohammed bin Rashid Solar Park is expected to generate 5,000MW of electricity by 2030 and to drive up to Dh50bn in investment.

Saudi Arabia, the Arab world’s largest economy, is also building new renewable energy projects as it aims to become carbon neutral by 2060. Jordan, Egypt and Oman are also boosting investments in renewables.

Updated: May 09, 2022, 2:18 PM





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