EU kicks off plans to import Moroccan renewable power

The EU is eyeing the possibility of importing renewable electricity from Morocco with Germany, France, Spain and Portugal agreeing to start developing a joint plan to integrate the two energy markets

The EU is eyeing the possibility of importing renewable electricity from Morocco with Germany, France, Spain and Portugal agreeing to start developing a joint plan to integrate the two energy markets.

Morocco could “provide an attractive source of renewable electricity for Europe”, according to the declaration signed on Thursday at the UN climate conference in Marrakech. The plan should lead to an “implementable agreement” between the signatories by the time of next year's UN conference.

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