After COP22, Morocco To Implement 100% Renewable Electricity

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At COP22 the global community came together to discuss, among others, how to move more quickly to more sustainable energy supplies. This transition must be understood as a source of innovation and a driver of change towards an economic system that works within the Earth’s limits. Morocco has pointed out some of those gains successfully, but there is still a long way to go to changing its energy patterns. Read CleanTecnica’s report about the COP’s host country Morocco’s challenges in this process.

At COP22, 48 countries committed to “strive to meet 100% domestic renewable energy production as rapidly as possible while working to end energy poverty, protect water and food security, taking into consideration national circumstances.” They are among the most vulnerable countries and are united as the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF). With their declaration, these countries prove unique leadership in Marrakesh, keeping up to the promise to make the first COP after the Paris Agreement entering into force, an “Action COP.”

Changes in the energy sector imply changes to the whole economy and thus need thorrow planning and integration between science and technology, the economy, the political process and the cultural sphere as well.