Morocco’s FENELEC Ink Agreement with Malian Counterpart on Energy
Bamako – The Moroccan federation of electricity, electronics and renewable energy (FENELEC) and the Malian federation of electricity, energy, renewable and new energy (FENEM) inked, on Friday in Bamako, a partnership agreement.
The agreement touches on the sector of electricity, electronics and renewable energy and was inked during the official opening ceremony of the 2nd African Forum of Renewable Energy (AFER) which is being held in Bamako with Morocco as guest of honour.
The agreement was signed by FENELEC member Aziz Benkirane and FENEM vice president Boubacar Toutou Kanté, in the presence of minister of energy, mining and sustainable development Aziz Rabbah, Malian minister of energy and water Malick Al Housseini and Morocco’s ambassador to Mali Hassan Naciri.
The agreement is aimed at lifting obstacles hindering the bilateral trade of goods and services linked to the sectors of electricity, electronics and renewable energy, and identifying opportunities of partnership and cooperation likely to contribute to the two countries’ economic and social development.
It is also meant to enhance the efficiency of Malian and Moroccan businesses via the sharing of information, expertize and training, and the holding of missions, and regular meetings.