Morocco: Fes contract accelerates landfill ambitions
- 26 Sep 2014
| 1 minute read
Plans to generate electricity from landfill waste are finally taking off, with a pilot project in Casablanca’s Sidi Bernoussi district operational and Fes planning to generate up to 50MW, producing 30% of the city’s needs, within ten years.Rabat-based Ozone Environnement et Services (OES), which has contracts to collect household waste across Morocco, has signed an agreement with the state Société d’Investissement Energétique (SIE) to develop a MD47m ($5.5m) project in Fes. SIE will provide 25% of the financing, with the private developer finding the rest.
Don't have an account?
Register for access to our free content
An account also allows you to view selected free articles, set up news alerts,
search our African Energy Live Data power projects database and view project locations on our interactive map