National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE) (Morocco)
The National Office of Electricity and Drinking Water (ONEE) is the pillar of the energy strategy and the armed wing of the State in the water and sanitation sector in Morocco. Since the mid-1990s, the Office has been on all fronts: generalization of access to electricity and drinking water, purification of wastewater and development of the liquid sanitation service, modernization and extension of production, marketing and distribution networks of electrical and hydraulic resources, fight against waste and implementation of new instruments and techniques for saving water and electricity, etc.
ONEE, born from the merger in 2012 of the National Office of Electricity (ONE) created in 1963 and the National Office of Drinking Water (ONEP) created in 1972, is fully involved in major structuring projects for Morocco, providing it with infrastructure for the production, transport and distribution of electricity and water as well as the purification of wastewater essential for the sustainable development of the country.
At the heart of a strategic public service, ONEE plays an important role in improving the standard of living of Moroccan citizens and the country's economic competitiveness.
With 9,408 employees and 6,084,493 customers, ONEE carries out activities focused on the electricity trades: Production, Transport and Distribution of electrical energy.
At the end of 2018, the net electrical energy called reached 37,446,116 GWh.See more