Morocco looks at energy transition with opportunities for biomass but not crop-based biofuels

July 9, 2020 |

In Morocco, Eco Actu reports the Economic, Social and Environmental Council is calling for an energy transition nationally based on environmental, social and economic sustainability. Part of the wider policy that is focused on significantly increasing investment in renewable energy sees the greening of transport through waste-based biodiesel and green hydrogen pilot projects. A push to include underutilized resources for energy production, especially biomass and waste, is envisioned while also banning the use of cropland for biofuel feedstocks due to concerns about food security.

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