The Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable (ONEE) is the pillar of the energy strategy in Morocco and the leading operator in the field of electricity, drinking water and liquid sanitation.
With a global installed net generation capacity of 11 GW in 2018, ONEE is delivering electricity to more than 6 million customers all over the kingdom.
Morocco has taken important strides in developing a modern energy market and to set up a clear renewable energy (RE) strategy that aims to achieve the country’s goals of 42% renewable energy in the electricity mix by 2020 and 52% renewable electricity by 2030. In 2018, the share of RE was about 34%.
To meet these challenges, ONEE is involved with an ambitious evolution in both power-system planning and operation to ensure appropriate system flexibility and reliability.
Morocco has also become a regional crossroads for power exchange between Africa and Europe, which has allowed ONEE to develop strong interconnections with neighboring countries.
installed capacity, 34% of which comes from renewables
rural electrification rate