This meeting, initiated by the Sahrawi Association for Autonomy Project and Sustainable Development (ASSPADD), was marked by a series of activities, including an exhibition of crafts from the southern provinces and a conference-debate.
The importance of green energy, the search for biological balance, the creation of practical and appropriate formations for these objectives are part of the UN Charter, underlines Hubert Seillan, in an analysis entitled "the geopolitical context of the Moroccan Sahara".
Morocco's Saharan provinces are the focus of a constant commitment by the Kingdom of Morocco - the number one local investor and employer - to the well-being and development of the people of these regions.
Morocco is dedicating considerable efforts to the expansion of its energy portfolio its Southern Provinces. While the electrical capacity in 1975 did not exceed 7 megawatts, it now reaches more than 1700 MW, of which more than 1300 MW comes from renewable energy sources.
The socio-economic development of the Southern Regions of Morocco is fundamentally linked to the development of the Kingdom as a whole. The measures taken in favor of this development meet the same requirements throughout the Moroccan territory.