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Morocco Signs Low-Carbon Transition Agreement With International Energy Agency

The Kingdom of Morocco has this week signed a three-year Joint Programme of Work with the International Energy Agency to help the country in its transition to a low-carbon economy, focusing on energy security, energy efficiency, and renewable energy.  Morocco Signs Low-Carbon Transition Agreement With International Energy Agency was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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