Desertec: Enel Green Power, NAREVA Holding, Red Eléctrica de España and Saint-Gobain Solar become part of joint venture Dii


Munich - Four companies have today joined the Desertec joint venture Dii. The new shareholders are Enel Green Power (Italy), NAREVA Holding (Morocco), Red Eléctrica de España (Spain) and Saint-Gobain Solar (France). The Dii was founded in 2009 as the “Desertec Industrial Initiative” and aims to create the framework for generating sustainable and climate-friendly power in the deserts of the Middle East and North Africa and prepare the integration with the European energy market.

Press release - Desertec: Four companies have today joined the Desertec joint venture Dii (PDF, 137 KB)
Dii – Enabling Desertec in EUMENA (PDF, 961 KB)

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