The Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy selected Reuniwatt following a tender process for solar forecasting services for PV and CSP plants.

As a central player of the renewable energy development in Morocco, Masen pursues the Morocco’s objective to secure 52% of the country’s energy mix from renewable sources by 2030. In order to meet this ambitious goal, the notable installation of 2000 MW of photovoltaic and concentrated solar power plants is planned by 2020.

For a better integration of the PV and CSP production into the national electricity grid, the variability associated with the solar resource must be properly handled. To that end, Masen has appointed Reuniwatt for the provision of a dedicated weather forecasting service for the anticipation of the generated energy. This service will also enable to further optimise the operation and maintenance of the plants.

“We are delighted that Masen has decided to place its trust in Reuniwatt for this key project, and are committed to contribute to the massive development of solar energy in Morocco and the rest of Africa.” explains Nicolas Schmutz, Reuniwatt’s CEO.

About Reuniwatt (
Reuniwatt is a major player of the solar radiation and cloud cover assessment and forecasting. Thanks to solid Research and Development works, the company makes the best out of two key facets of the meteorology: atmospheric physics and data sciences.
Reuniwatt offers reliable products and services intended for professionals of various fields, including renewable energies and atmospheric sciences. A particular focus has been placed on solar energy forecasting, while developing cutting edge solutions to improve the short-term prediction of the solar resource.
The company has won many grants, including H2020’s SME Phase 1 programme, which makes Reuniwatt a European Champion with regard to innovation.
Reuniwatt has offices in Reunion Island (HQ), Paris and Toulouse.

About Masen (
Established in 2010, Masen, a leading force in the Kingdom’s energy strategy, is in charge of the implementation of the national vision for renewable energy, with the goal of reaching 52%
renewable energy in the energy mix by 2030.
By piloting integrated renewable energy projects in all their aspects of electric production and underlying socio-economic development, Masen transforms natural energy into a force for