Loubna Farabi | Office National De L'Electricite Et De L'Eau Potable | Morocco

Loubna Farabi, , Office National De L'Electricite Et De L'Eau Potable

Ms. Loubna FARABI holds a degree in State Engineering from the Mohammedia School of Engineering in Rabat.

With more than 18 years of experience, Ms. Loubna FARABI has held various positions of Thermal and Renewable Project Manager at ONEE, notably as Project Manager for hydroelectric power plants, combined cycle power plants and wind farms. .


Since April 2012, Ms. Loubna FARABI has been appointed head of the Integrated Wind Program 850 MW, the 2nd phase of the integrated Moroccan wind energy program (2000 MW) launched by King Mohammed VI in June 2010 and which is one of the most essential components of the Moroccan strategy to achieve 42% of renewable by 2020, and 52% by 2030, in the energy mix of the Kingdom of Morocco.

Recognized for her leadership and extensive skills in the development and construction of large wind farms during the past decade, Ms. Loubna FARABI has led the entire tendering process of the 850 MW project which has been fiercely competed between five leading global consortium in the development of large wind farm projects, leading to world record results in terms of the lowest worldwide tariffs as well as the local content rate (industrial integration) exceeding 65%.

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Case Study: Taking a look at the Moroccan Integrated Wind Program 1000 MW

  • Supporting the development of renewable energies, particularly, research and development, the wind industry and the creation of Jobs in Morocco
  • Obtaining installed capacity from wind energy, from 280 MW in 2010 to 2,000 MW in 2020 and activation to reach around 5,000 MW by 2030 ;
  • Making Morocco like an industrial Hub in wind power for the future
last published: 04/Nov/18 08:15 GMT

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