Morocco signed a memorandum of understanding with Nigeria within the subject of electrical energy regulation yesterday, Monday, as a part of the pleasant and African relations uniting the 2 international locations, with the intention of enhancing the trade of knowledge and expertise between the 2 sides.
The nationwide electrical energy regulator mentioned in a press release obtained by Hespress that the memorandum of understanding signed with the Nigerian Electrical energy Regulatory Fee goals to attain frequent objectives.
The MoU was signed by Abdul Latif Bardash, Chairman of the Nationwide Electrical energy Regulatory Authority, and Sanusi Garba, Chairman of the Nigerian Electrical energy Regulatory Fee, throughout an official ceremony held on the latter’s headquarters in Abuja.
The memorandum, in keeping with the doc, will create a framework for cooperation primarily based on management mechanisms and institutional and regulatory framework for the electrical energy sector, which is being strengthened to attain the objectives associated to the vitality methods of the 2 international locations.
In line with the identical announcement, the 2 officers agreed to finalize the work between the 2 our bodies by holding common conferences to set the agenda in an effort to implement initiatives of mutual curiosity and deepen bilateral cooperation.