The main objective of this paper is to investigate a 2030 scenario for the Moroccan power system and identify challenges that need to be addressed in order to integrate renewable energy and realize the potential for export. Particular emphasis is put on a cost-benefit analysis comparing investments in storage capabilities and grid reinforcements. Our results indicate that large investments in electric infrastructure is needed to accommodate the renewable commitment, and that 16 branch investments can be the preferable investment strategy for Morocco, with an annual cost reduction of 279 M€, and a spillage reduction of 92 %. Storage capabilities reduce the dependency on peak reserves, but since this cost is not included in the analysis, it does not affect the profitability of storage. No export of energy to Europe is observed in any of the scenarios.