Report Release on Electricity Generation Capacity Development

“Legal Assessment on the Electricity Generation Capacity Development in Albania

by Dr Lorenc Gordani / EuroElektra, 06th October 2017

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Tirana, on 06th October 2017 – The platform Esc Adriatic has released the presentation on “Legal Assessment on the Electricity Generation Capacity Development in Albania”, and related slides, prepared by EuroElektra and ACERC under the scientific direction of Dr Lorenc Gordani.

The here presentation, aim to bring a synthetic overview, based in our daily empirical experience on legal granting rights, about the investments in process and future projections development of the national electricity generation capacity in Albania.

The main bulled point, offer an answer, to the pressing today’s concerns, such are: “Following the today trends of investments and public policies, when it is predicted to be meet the internal demand in Albania”, “What kind of sources and quantity of offer has to be expected from the country in the upcoming 5, 10, 15 years”, etc.

The above, to give support of the strategic analyses on the potential of the trading and supply activities in Albania. A presentation kept by Dr Lorenc Gordani, at the En.Trading 017 Seminar, Tirana: “Keeping up with SEE power market development”, Hotel Rogner, Tirana, 14. September 2017.

Disclaimer: The ownership and the opinion expressed pertain to their authors. While all the effort are made to ensure the accuracy of this publication, it is not intended to provide legal advice as individual situations may differ and should be discussed with an expert. For any specific technical or legal advice on the information provided and related topics, contact us through “”.

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