Morocco has 2,600 kilometers of coastline (including Western Sahara), with perennial westerly winds, with average wind speeds of 8 -12 m/s, up to 20 m/s, and abundant wind resources. According to forecasts, the country's annual wind power generation potential is about 25,000MW. In the vigorous development and utilization of solar energy at the same time, Mo and most of the energy to the development of wind energy. The largest wind power station in Morocco is the Tangier Wind Power Station, which was put into operation on June 28, 2010, and is currently the largest wind power station in Africa.The completion of the Tangier wind power station has not only made Morocco one of the most advanced countries in the Mediterranean and African countries in terms of renewable energy utilization, but has even reached the level of European countries.
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