80 Renewable Energy Statistics

| April 22, 2019

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Even if you’re a climate change denier, the fact that the world needs to move away from fossil fuels and toward clean energy options shouldn’t be a matter of debate for you. Conventional energy sources like coal and oil are in limited supply and over-dependence on them can lead to major crises in the near future.

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ALSOLEN is a Moroccan company based in Casablanca. ALSOLEN, builds and commercializes medium and large solar thermal power plants using the technology of Fresnel mirrors. Its power plants are equipped with integrated thermal storage, giving to the customer a several hours self-sufficiency.

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