The National Electricity Regulatory Authority (ANRE) presented its first annual activity report to Parliament on July 19, 2022.
The Committee on Infrastructure, Energy, Minerals and the Environment of the House of Representatives held a session devoted in the first part to the hearing of the President of the National Electricity Control Authority, Abdellatif Bardash , on the Authority’s annual activity report for the year 2021 and the Authority’s strategic roadmap for the period between 2021 and 2025, and that Downloading the requirements of article 45 of the law n° 48.15 relating to the regulation of the electricity sector and the creation of the National Authority for the regulation of electricity.
At the beginning of the session, the head of the authority reviewed the state of the electricity sector and the modalities of interaction with the implications of the energy problem, which is represented, thanks to the modernist choices of His Majesty the King Mohammed VI (may God assist him) him and his support, in the national energy strategy based on the realization of an energy transition towards clean energy with renewable sources in view of the major qualities that the Kingdom abounds in solar, wind and hydraulics.
After that, the President of the National Electricity Regulatory Authority presented the strategic roadmap for the period 2021-2025, which was approved during the second session of the Council of the Authority held on December 28, 2020 The Authority’s roadmap is mainly based on the national energy strategy by contributing to the development of an efficient electricity market and by attracting private investments and to securing and stabilizing the national electricity system in accordance with the recommendations of the New Kingdom Development Model.
This presentation of the activities of the authority has provided an appropriate opportunity to highlight and discuss the achievements that the authority has made in a short period of time since the entry into force of Law 48.15 on April 22, 2021, publishing the first blog of the national network transport agency adopted by our country. The main objective of this code is to establish an attractive, transparent and non-discriminatory framework for the electricity sector, according to clear technical rules and conditions for access and connection to the national electricity transmission network.
The head of the National Electricity Regulatory Authority also provided all the additional details in the context of the discussion of the first annual report of the National Electricity Regulatory Authority with the members of the infrastructure committee, of Energy, Minerals and the Environment of Parliament. It mainly focused on the role that the authority will play in the coming years to help accelerate the energy transition and the effects of the authority’s work in creating a favorable climate for investors in the electricity sector. , thus strengthening the competitiveness of the national economy.