Chint Group is a Chinese low-voltage electrical power transmission and electricity distribution company. It has ninety-seven overseas subsidiaries and more than 2,300 distributors. According to Forbes, it is the fourth-largest privately owned company in China. In Western Sahara, Chint is the technical partner in building two new solar energy plants: Noor Laayoune, with a maximum capacity of 80 MW, and Noor Boujdour, with a maximum capacity of 20 MW. This is a joint project with Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power, which was chosen to lead, design, finance, construct, and maintain these plants.
 Chint, Homepage, http://en.chint.com/.
 Trade Arabia, “Acwa Chosen for New Solar Project in Morocco,” November 20, 2016, http://www.tradearabia.com/news/OGN_316944.html.
 Tom Kenning, “ACWA Power and Chint Selected to Develop 170MW Solar in Morocco,” PVTech, November 16, 2016, http://www.pv-tech.org/news/acwa-power-and-chint-selected-to-develop-170mw-solar-in-morocco; ACWA Power, “ACWA Power Extends Africa’s Renewable Energy Capacity with PV Facility in Morocco,” November 16, 2016, http://www.acwapower.com/en/news/press-releases/acwa-power-extends-africa-s-renewable-energy-capacity-with-pv-facility-in-morocco/.