Morocco has a long way to go before it becomes a green energy superpower. For now, the North African country is a net importer of both electricity and natural gas, as well as of oil.

Morocco’s relatively stable business environment coupled with its abundant solar and wind potential is increasingly attracting the attention of European capitals who have long-term plans to diversify away from their reliance on fossil fuels and, right now, shun Russian energy. (CONTINUED - 1155 WORDS)