China-based renewable energy firm, Envision Energy, recently announced the sale of 60 MW wind turbines for Morocco’s first desalination project, 100% powered by wind energy.
As per the statement, the wind farm is located in Dakhla, Morocco. It is co-owned by Nareva, a Moroccan energy company, and France-based ENGIE, a low-carbon energy company. It further informed that Envision’s EN171-5MW turbines will be used for the project. These state-of -art turbines are expected to deliver high performance and efficiency.
The energy generated from the project will be used to power a large desalination project under the Moroccan government. This is expected to significantly contribute to Morocco’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions and increase its share of green energy in the electricity mix.
“We are proud to enter the Moroccan market with highly valuable partners like Nareva and ENGIE,” said Didier Beaumont, Sales Director of Envision Energy.
He further informed, “Envision, as a leading global net-zero technology partner, is committed to helping the Kingdom of Morocco on its green energy transition through technological revolutions.”
Later this year, Envision is launching its green hydrogen net-zero industrial park in Inner Mongolia. This will further highlight its technological capabilities in product and system solutions, informed the firm in its statement.