International Conference on Electrical and Information Technologies
ICEIT'15
   March 25-27, 2015 Marrakech, Morocco

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Full paper submission October 15, 2014
November 15, 2014
Tutorial proposals November 15, 2014
Notification of acceptance January 5th, 2015
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Early-Bird registration January 16, 2015
Conference Dates March 25-27, 2015
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RIAD MOGADOR MENARA Marrakech

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Dr. Amin BENNOUNA

The Maghreb market of electricity

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Dr. Amin BENNOUNA
   The conference presents brief summary of electricity markets in three countries from the Maghreb: Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.

   The talk will essentially focus on the comparison between their:
- gross production of electricity,
- net electricity injected,
- market size and segmentation in terms of low, medium and high voltage,
- shape of the average load curves,
- yearly power peak demand,
- shares of the global production, net electricity injected, yearly power peak demand and market.
Keywords: Electricity production, Net injected electricity, Electricity market; Electric load curves, Maghreb, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia.


Biography of Dr. Amin BENNOUNA

    Born on 1956, Amin BENNOUNA holds a Ph-D in Physics, which he teaches since 1980. Co-founder of a solar energy company from 1996 to 2005 and of a consulting company from 1999, he assisted the creation of few innovative companies, contributed to build one of the three energy scenarios for Morocco on 2030 and is vice president of the Moroccan Solar and Wind Industry Association (AMISOLE). Author or contributor to several studies on energy in Morocco and co-founder of national and international initiatives on research and education, he is the author of about ninety papers and communications. On 2009, he got a national research distinction award for his works on “A decision tool for the design of a solar system with a predefined strategy". He wrote a monographic book about energy in Morocco on April 2011.