Morocco's dam storage capacity reached 54.6% per 14 February
This level is lower than the one reported in the same period in 2016, when the volume of the water was a total of approximately 9.3 billion cubic meters, a storage capacity of 60.8%, added the same source.
The Ministry stresses the increase in water supply in a number of dams in comparison with the same period last year, including Ibn Battouta (from 11.9% to 64.8%), El Kensra (71.8%) and from 44.7% to 52% to 96%) of (Dkhila.
Other dams saw a decrease in water resources, such as Hassan II (from 76.4% to 20.6%), m. b. (A) Aaa (from 51.9% to 16%) and Asaflou (from 74.5% to 57.3%).
The Nakhla, El Bouhouda, Imi Kheng, Sidi Said Maachou and Ahl Souss dams had a capacity of 100% per 14 February.