Technical studies on energy infrastructure

Technical studies on energy infrastructure

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Technical studies on energy infrastructure Author: Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser in Albania Energy Market The development of energy sector in Albania, as referred by the latest data’s of Instat, is confirmed as strategic for the growth of the entire economy. However, despite the multi-importance for the economy, energy investments traditionally has presented a complex challenges in their deployment in practice, which have request a continued review with aim of improve of legal framework in force. In fact, the involvement in a new generation capacity, is a very complex infrastructural works in open space mostly in remote areas, as well as begin of a production of a very sensitive commodity like is the energy. Normally these investments are built to operate above the 30-40 years, which make their profitability to…
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Visit Piva and Perucica HPPs planned to be reconstructed over the next 5 years

Visit Piva and Perucica HPPs planned to be reconstructed over the next 5 years

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Visit Piva and Perucica HPPs planned to be reconstructed over the next 5 years Vostock Capital is happy to invite you to the onsite visit to Piva and Perucica HPPs, Montenegro, planned to be reconstructed over the next 5 years. The visitors will learn about the Operator EPCG’s investment programme for HPP reconstruction, as well as technologies, equipment used, and expected performance indicators. Besides, the participants will have the opportunity to get in touch with the Operator’s and HPPs’ decision-makers. Onsite Visit To Piva HPP*, Montenegro HPP “Piva” is a reservoir dam facility with one of the largest concrete arch dam in the world. It was built in 1976. Installed power - 342 MW. Onsite Visits To Perucica HPP*, Montenegro HPP “Perućica” is the oldest large hydropower plant in Montenegro and…
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Major investment projects of Hydropower Plants in the Balkans

Major investment projects of Hydropower Plants in the Balkans

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Major investment projects for the construction and modernisation of Hydropower Plants in the Balkans A team of analysts from Vostock Capital has prepared a report on hydropower development projects in the Balkans. Request the full list of investment projects: http://www.hydropowerbalkans.com/en/request-the-full-list-of-investment-projects/ Among the major investment projects: Kosinj/Senj development project (Republic of Croatia) Project envisages reconstruction of the Sklope HPP and the construction of new facilities: the Kosinj reservoir (vol. 330 mil m3), the Kosinj HPP (33.7 MW) and the Senj II HPP (380 MW). Additionally, several tunnels and canals are to be constructed. The compensation basin will be enlarged with a new basin to ensure additional volume of ca 2.1 million m3. The estimated investment is EUR 500 million and the envisaged construction period is 7 years. Cebren and Galiste HPPs (Republic of Macedonia) The…
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New markets for hydropower

New markets for hydropower

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New markets for hydropower Western Balkans partner region of RENEXPO® INTERHYDRO, European hydropower trade fair and congress, November 29th and 30th, Salzburg Salzburg, August 2018: The Western Balkan region has the largest remaining unexploited hydropower potential in Europe, as its river catchments have remained largely undeveloped. The region has an estimated 80,000 GWh technical potential, which is concentrated in the mountainous regions of Montenegro and Albania. As the region tries to limit greenhouse-gas emissions in line with EU goals, it could see the increased co-generation of biomass and gas with coal, while also promoting the development of renewable energies, mainly focusing on hydropower. Bosnia and Herzegovina has about 3,500 MW of unused hydropower potential. Macedonia about 5500 GWH, of which only about 27% are used. Montenegro, although it is only a small…
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