Currently renewables in Morocco account for about one third of the country’s energy mix. Morocco, one of the early adopters of renewable energy in the Middle East North Africa region, is aiming to deploy about 1.5 gigawatts of solar and wind capacity to meet its goal of powering 42% of its energy mix from non-fossil resources by 2020. Having the highest levels of solar irradiation in the world, there is a clear clean energy producing opportunity that has yet to be grasped. To achieve such renewable energy development, Obaid Amrane, a board member of the Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy (MASEN), will try to mobilise US$30 billion to finance Morocco’s renewable schemes and develop its carbon and green finance.