Efacec present in the second Formula E race in Morocco

After the start in Saudi Arabia, it was the turn of Morocco to mark the entry of Formula E in 2019, on 12th January. Formula E  is an opportunity to gain even greater penetration in the Electric Mobility market and the ultra-fast charging solution segment, where Efacec is already one of the biggest players in the world.

Efacec envisages Formula E as a platform with three main goals: brand awareness and brand positioning; business development platform, comprehensively and not exclusively in the Electric Mobility area, across the five continents; and a platform for the development and application of technologies designed by Efacec.

Present in the North African market for almost three decades, Efacec aims to invest in the energy and environment areas in Morocco in the next few years, where it has maintained a solid turnover. Recently, the company signed an agreement with the country’s largest wastewater treatment plant, located in Bouregreg.

Efacec in Morocco

With a strong presence in North Africa, Efacec believes in the high potential of the Moroccan market, investing in the energy sector for the coming years, in particular in solar power plants, electrical substations up to 400 KV and in the rehabilitation of several hydroelectric power stations, as well as the development of wastewater treatment plants.

Efacec has managed to maintain a significant turnover in Morocco, with a relevant contribution from the strategic partnership with ENERGY Tranfo, which has opened doors to business opportunities in adjacent countries such as Mauritania and Ivory Coast.

One of the most recent projects won by Efacec in Morocco took place in December 2018, with the signing of the contract of the Bouregreg Wastewater Treatment Plant, the largest wastewater treatment plant in Morocco, a project developed for the company ONEE, representing an approximate value of 13 million euros.

Another of Efacec’s relevant project in Morocco concerns the installation of SCADA (Scatex), installed in Lydec (Lyonnaise des Eaux de Casablanca). The solution conceived by Efacec simultaneously supervises and controls three different networks: the electricity distribution, the potable water distribution, and the sanitation networks.

Also in the environmental field, the Ait Massaoud Treatment Station project, a contract signed in 2012 and completed in 2017, stands out. The infrastructure is designed to treat the water flow of 140,000 cubic meters per day.

The company has a strong presence in the markets of Tunisia and Algeria since the 1990s. For the coming years, strong investments are planned in power grids and in the electrical interconnection between several countries in West and Central Africa.

Pioneer in the Electric Mobility and a world leader in the production of ultra-fast chargers.

Efacec offers a full range of Electric Vehicles Chargers for private, public, fast, ultra-fast and wireless segments. Features such as innovation and high performance reflect a product portfolio in continuous development covering the most demanding and emerging market needs.

Efacec develops charging stations with complimentary equipment, such as transformers and electrical panels, offering complete solutions. Installation of equipment, maintenance contracts, grid management software, energy storage, charging management and integration with renewable energy are just some of Efacec’s capabilities to offer integrated digital solutions for charging infrastructure management. Both cloud or on-premises options, offers options with direct charger connectivity.

The company actively participates in the largest markets for electric mobility, especially in the European and United States markets. Efacec is also attentive to other markets in particular Asia, Latin America, and Oceania, where is already dominating in some countries in these regions.