September 7, 2021: Morocco launches a “War Room Green Economy” to promote an efficient ecosystem of the green economy
The Minister of Industry, Trade and the Green and Digital Economy, Moulay Hafid Elalamy, in partnership with AMEE, inaugurates a multi-party “War Room Green Economy” on September 7, to promote green projects.
Mr. Moulay Hafid Elalamy, Minister of Industry, Trade and Green and Digital Economy, accompanied by Mr. Saïd Mouline, Director General of AMEE, launches in Rabat a “War Room” dedicated to the promotion of the green economy. The objective of this device is to set up an attractive framework for the emergence of an ecosystem favorable to the green economy, making it possible to generate long-term employment, to support Moroccan industry to substitute imports and increase exports while decarbonizing its processes, improving the trade balance, and reviving the post-covid economy through a bank of projects.
The investment projects bank aims to encourage green industrial entrepreneurship, assert Morocco’s industrial place, and position our country in new markets linked to the green economy. A first list made it possible to identify 35 files spread over the whole of the national territory. This first wave of sheets will be supplemented by sheets drawn up by the different partners of the Unit.The premises of the AMEE will host this new War Room dedicated to the green economy, which will bring together the various stakeholders around a single table to guarantee a framework of global coherence and collective reflection, and to facilitate the circulation of information and inter-entity data exchange, with a view to achieving quantified objectives. It will also allow a more rapid, efficient and flexible search for administrative resources in search of solutions to the problems of the green economy and sustainable development.
The War Room, which will be set up and managed in perfect coordination with the various partners, will be made up of 7 axes organized around a Project Management Office (PMO) within the AMEE headquarters in Rabat. The 7 axes represent 7 projects which bring together all the actions to be undertaken across the entire value chain in terms of regulations, supply, land, and standardization. The projects also include financial support for development projects, capacity building and communication.
The War Room, through its various components and stakeholders, will thus serve to accelerate the decision-making process, define the priorities and address the prerequisites, isolate and activate the Quicks Wins, strengthen the coordination and monitoring of actions between the different ministries. and partners, and guarantee the removal of barriers with project leaders.