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Morocco Energy Exchange Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian
12/10/2015

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Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco to the United Kingdom






Morocco Energy Exchange
in Edinburgh on 12 October is a unique opportunity to meet senior government official’s and the kingdom’s energy top team.
HH Princess Lalla Joumala,
Ambassador, Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco to the UK
Amina Benkhadra
Director General, ONHYM
Ahmed Baroudi
Director General, SIE
Abdellaziz El Gamah
Senior Advisor to the Minister of Energy, Mining,
Water & Environment

Saïd Mouline
CEO, ADEREE

Mostafa Terrab
Co-Chairman, Moroccan British
Business Council

Ali Zerouali
Cooperation & Partnerships
Director, MASEN
Morocco is seeking to promote its long-term energy vision at this meeting, which comprises everything from solar and wind power to a substantial opening in offshore oil and gas exploration, plans to import LNG to supply new power plants, and energy
efficiency.




Morocco Energy Exchange brings key members of the kingdom’s energy team to Edinburgh on 12 October 2015, where they will be providing updates and insights into developments from ambitious solar and wind generation projects to plans to import LNG and for exploration in promising areas along the Atlantic Margin. Also high on the agenda are ways these developments can be funded. Morocco has also placed the promotion of energy efficiency at the centre of its strategy.

Morocco has taken an integrated approach to energy policy, to mobilise the full range of carbons-based and renewable energy resources at its disposal. Energy investment programmes that are essential to speed Morocco’s emergence as a middleincome economy are supported by the absolute commitment of the Moroccan government, which is searching for deep and enduring partnerships with private sector partners.

In the Morocco Energy Exchange format:
• ‘Overview’ sections in the agenda are for presentations.
• ‘Panels’ may allow for short statements but are mainly intended as moderated question and answer sessions.
• Early afternoon provides an opportunity for bilateral meetings or roundtable discussions (pending delegates’ travel).
• There is some availability for press interviews.
• The language of the event is English.

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian
12 October 2015



 


 
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