HM King Mohammed VI chaired, on Tuesday at the royal palace in Tangiers, a working session on the sector of energy, mainly on the national program of renewable energy development, said a statement by the Royal Office.
During this meeting, HM the King was informed about the progress of renewable energy development programs, mainly solar and wind energy, said the statement.
On this occasion, the sovereign was also informed about the global situation of the National Office for Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE) and the different issues involving the sector, it added.
After this working session, the sovereign gave his instructions to the participants to submit to His Majesty, within one month, their remarks concerning the strategy that would help achieve a better synergy between the different stakeholders, it said.
Those remarks will enable to set means likely to enhance the goals of renewable energy production, as part of a new strong and durable ambition in the area, the statement concluded.
This working session was attended by head of government Abdelilah Benkirane, HM the King's advisors Zoulikha Nasri, Fouad Ali El Himma and Yassir Znagui, economy and finance minister Mohamed Boussaid, energy minister Abdelkader Amara, director of ONEE Ali Fassi Fihri, director of the national office of hydrocarbons and mining Amina Benkhadra and chairman of the board of directors of the Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy (MASEN) Mustapha Bakkoury.