As far as favourable policies are concerned, the public tender for large wind and solar projects is the main mechanisms. There is no obligation to enter into long-term power purchase contracts with private renewable energy producers. There are no feed-in tariffs or net use policy for small projects for renewable energy projects.  A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed and negotiations are underway for a gas sales contract (GSA). The company said it was in talks with ONEE earlier this year and called the GSA a «critical next step» before receiving a final investment decision (IDF). A contract is expected to be signed before the end of the year. The preliminary agreement covers the first 500 million cubic metres per year of production, or about 1.37 mcm per day. The effective GSA can cover up to 1.7 mcm per day, which is the average production rate under the field development plan. The gas would be sold by The Maghreb Europe Pipeline (GME) to ONEE at the M04 connection point. As part of the agreement signed last week in Rabat by the leaders of the ANE and ANPER, Abderrahim El Hafidi and Salouhou Hamidine, the two sides promised to support the supply of electricity to Niger`s villages.
Electrification in rural Niger may improve somewhat in the coming months. The Moroccan Electricity Agency for Water (Onee) has decided to cooperate with the Nigerian Agency for the Promotion of Electrification in Rural Areas (Anper). Both sides intend to focus their efforts on providing electricity to villages in Niger. A cooperation agreement was concluded on 7 October 2019 in Rabah between the Director General of Onee, Abderrahim El Hafidi, and that of the Nigerian agency Salouhou Hamidine. This agreement is the result of cooperation between the two countries and the liaison between Onee and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), particularly with regard to the implementation of the joint initiative for rural electrification in sub-Saharan Africa. «With this project, Onee is strengthening its cooperation in the electricity sector with sub-Saharan Africa,» says Onee. Morocco`s National Electricity and Drink Office (ONEE) has signed an agreement with the Agency for the Promotion of Electrification in Rural Areas (ANPER) to improve access to electricity in rural communities in the West African country. There are several financing mechanisms in Morocco. In 2008, Law 40-08 created an energy investment company for the development of renewable energy (SIE). IT intends to support the development of UC and has a capital of DH 1 million. While 71% are state-supported, the Hassan II Fund for Economic and Social Development accounts for 29%.
In addition, the Energy Development Fund (EDF) was established in 2010 and has a capital of $1 billion. The Hassen II fund supports 200 million, 300 million from the United Arab Emirates and 500 million from Saudi Arabia. Legally, there is no policy that offers financial guarantees to private investors to guarantee payment under the electricity purchase contract. Morocco also does not offer tax incentives, such as tax or tax benefits (with the exception of the tax deduction on solar water heating devices). The first 300 mcm per year of production will contribute to a fixed unit price of $84 million. This is a minimum amount to be paid as a take-pay commitment from ONEE and as a duty to listen or pay Son. Prices for quantities above the 300 mcm mark have not yet been agreed and will be negotiated for the GSA. In 2011, the Energy Efficiency Act (47-09)  was passed, which limits the energy consumption of appliances and appliances (e.g.