The next agricultural harvest season in Morocco seems to be already complicated because of the water stress and the lack of fresh water resources among farmers. The southern regions of the kingdom are particularly affected and Jamila Afif of the Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM) called for the acceleration of seawater desalination projects to help farmers.
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Solarexport, an expert manufacturer and integrator of solar solutions in Morocco, distributes OSMOSUN© to farmers, an installation enabling them to sustainably irrigate their crops thanks to solar desalination, which uses green and non-polluting energy, unlike fossil fuels.
Solarmen, installer of green renewable energy systems the solution, will be in charge of the operational implementation of each desalination project.
In order to meet this growing challenge, Solarexport and Solarmen support farmers throughout the implementation of their project, from design to operation, including construction and financing.
His Majesty King Mohammed VI, in his latest speech on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the Green March, recalled that "Morocco will continue to work for the development of a proper maritime economy in these territories that we cherish so much (...) it is important to invest in maritime areas, both for the desalination of sea water and for the exploitation of renewable energies of wind or hydroelectric origin".