Morocco announces the selected bidders for the 400 MW solar energy tender



Moroccan authorities are holding a tender for a solar energy complex combining solar power and concentrated solar power (CSP). The facility offers a storage time of two hours.

The Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (Masen) has published the list of bidders accepted for the tender for the construction of the Noor Midelt 2 power plant. Masen launched the tender in July 2020.

The capacity of the facility planned for the DrĂ¢a-Tafilalet area in northeastern Morocco is 400 MW. It includes a CSP plant and a PV unit with two hours of storage.

There are 24 bidders on the list, including Spanish group Cobra Instalaciones Y Servicios, SA, a consortium of French energy giant EDF and United Arab Emirates-based Masdar, along with Italian energy company Enel Taqa Morocco. Other bidders include a consortium that includes Spain’s Iberdrola, China’s Dongfang Electric International Corp. and Morocco’s Gaia Project SARL, and a group that includes Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power, Belgium’s International Power SA and Morocco’s Nareva Holding SA.

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