The Maghreb – which principally comprises Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia – has been hard hit by the coronavirus, but the pandemic has also sparked innovation and driven changes in the region that many hope will outlast Covid-19.
La relance de l’investissement public et des résultats encourageants dans les secteurs hors hydrocarbures ont porté la croissance de l’économie algérienne en 2018, une tendance qui devra toutefois être confirmée en 2019 dans un contexte de ralentissement de la croissance mondiale, de volatilité des prix du pétrole et d’une légère réduction de l’investissement public.
In November 2018 the government released a new series of tenders for electricity production from renewable sources. A total of 200 MW of solar capacity is available for development, of which 150 MW can be bid on by international independent power producers (IPPs) in partnership with local firms, while 50 MW are reserved for state-owned...
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