Will solar business pick up for Nareva after wind power foray during Bakkoury era?

Will solar business pick up for Nareva after wind power foray during Bakkoury era?

Having failed in its attempt to position itself in solar, Nareva may see luck turned in its favour following the change taking shape at the head of Masen, the regulator of the sector.

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            ▪ Will solar business pick up for Nareva after wind power foray during Bakkoury era?

▪ Having failed in its attempt to position itself in solar, Nareva may see luck turned in its favour following the change taking shape at the head of Masen, the regulator of the sector.

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In less than 16 years, Nareva, the holding company’s energy subsidiary controlled by the ruling Al Mada family, has established itself as a key player in renewable energy in Morocco.

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