Masdar powers up rural Morocco – in pictures

Azilal Province, Morocco. The installation of 9,000 out of 17,670 systems across 940 villages in the North African country comes only a year after a partnership agreement was signed between Masdar and Morocco’s Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Beni Mellal Province, Morocco. All of the solar home systems are designed, supplied and installed under a project that is being executed by the Masdar Special Projects team. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Beni Mellal. Along with other local initiatives, the full installation will result in 99 per cent of rural Morocco having energy access by the end of 2017. Courtsy Masdar


Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Beni Mellal. The solar home systems are bringing energy access to those rural areas that still lack access to the national grid. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Beni Mellal. Each of the installed systems consists of 290-watt solar panels and batteries with sufficient storage capacity for three days, thus ensuring uninterrupted power supply. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Boulemane Province. The systems include energy-efficient appliances such as LED lamps and a 165 litre refrigerator. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Khenifra Province. The total project is expected to be fully completed by the second half of 2016. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

frane Province. The installation of 9,000 out of 17,670 systems across 940 villages comes only a year after the partnership agreement was signed between Masdar and Morocco’s Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Ifrane. The solar home systems are bringing energy access to those rural areas that still lack access to the national grid. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Ifrane. Masdar, Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company, has installed 50 per cent of the solar home systems as part of an innovative project to electrify rural Morocco. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Boulemane. All of the 290-watt solar home systems are designed, supplied and installed under a project that is being executed by the Masdar Special Projects team. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Ifrane. Each of the installed systems consists of 290-watt solar panels and batteries with sufficient storage capacity for three days, thus ensuring uninterrupted power supply. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Khenifra Province. The systems include energy-efficient appliances such as LED lamps and a 165 litre refrigerator. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Khenifra. The total project is expected to be fully completed by the second half of 2016. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

The installation of 9,000 out of 17,670 systems across 940 villages comes only a year after the partnership agreement was signed between Masdar and Morocco’s Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Khenifra. All of the 290-watt solar home systems are designed, supplied and installed under a project that is being executed by the Masdar Special Projects team. They include a 156 litre refrigerator. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Azilal. The solar home systems are bringing energy access to those rural areas that still lack access to the national grid. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Rehamna Province. Each of the installed systems consists of 290-watt solar panels and batteries with sufficient storage capacity for three days, thus ensuring uninterrupted power supply. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Rehamna. Masdar, Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company, has installed 50 per cent of the solar home systems as part of an innovative project to electrify rural Morocco. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Sefrou Province. The solar home systems are bringing energy access to those rural areas that still lack access to the national grid. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Sefrou. Each of the installed systems consists of 290-watt solar panels and batteries with sufficient storage capacity for three days, thus ensuring uninterrupted power supply. Courtsy Masdar

Masdar powers up rural Morocco - in pictures

Sefrou. The total project is expected to be fully completed by the second half of 2016. Courtsy Masdar

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