The "White Dunes" Project

In line with His Majesty King Mohammed VI's visionary commitment to positioning Morocco as a global leader in green energy, Falcon Capital Dakhlaproudly reveals a strategic collaboration with HDF Energy, an industry leader in green hydrogen, to bring the groundbreaking "White Dunes" project to life.

The initial investment for this ambitious endeavor is estimated at USD 2 billion. Embracing Morocco's 14-year experience in clean energy and fostering an innovation-friendly ecosystem, White Dunes aspires to be a pivotal player in the country's renewable energy sector, with the goal of commencing hydrogen production by 2030.

Majid Slimani, the founder and president of Falcon Capital Dakhla, underscores the significance of White Dunes in the context of Morocco's green hydrogen landscape, drawing inspiration from His Majesty King Mohammed VI's enlightened perspective on renewable energy development. Slimani states, "White Dunes embodies a commitment to the cause of green energy and a dedication to shaping a cleaner, brighter, and more sustainable future for Morocco. To bring this project to fruition, we have devoted nearly two full years to feasibility studies, preliminary project design, and phased planning across a projected area of 150,000 hectares. This design was achieved through the installation of a measurement mast and the implementation of preliminary environmental and social impact studies to identify sensitive areas of flora and fauna in the region."

White Dunes primarily aims to produce green hydrogen competitively on a global scale. Given the exceptional characteristics of the Dakhla region, the project aspires to achieve a capacity of 10 GW in wind energy, 7 GW in photovoltaic energy, and 8 GW in electrolyzers. Through the White Dunes project, the Moroccan offering takes a significant step, both locally and internationally, paving the way for a sustainable energy future.

White Dunes aspires to become a symbol of sustainability and innovation. Anas Belmamoun, Managing Partner of Falcon Capital Dakhla, confirms this intent, stating that "White Dunes transcends the scope of a mere energy project. It contributes to shaping the future of green energy in Morocco and internationally, especially as Dakhlastands out with average winds of 10 m/s at a height of 100 meters, positioning it among 'class I' sites for wind energy production."