Morocco: Khalladi wind project inaugurated

Issue 373 - 13 Jul 2018 | 1 minute read

Saudi developer Acwa Power on 29 June inaugurated its 120MW Khalladi wind farm at Jbel Sendouq, 30km from Tangiers. The completed project comprises 40 wind turbines and will produce 380GWh/yr, contributing to the reduction of more than 144,000 t/yr of CO2. Khalladi, which cost around $170m to build, is one of the first privately funded renewable energy projects in Morocco and has been developed under Law 13-09, which allows private producers to sell electricity directly to high-voltage clients.

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