Albania tenders 50 MW of solar

Albania tenders 50 MW of solar

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Albania tenders 50 MW of solar Through the auction, the authorities in Tirana aim to build a solar park in the Akërni salt flats, near Vlorë. August 6, 2018 Emiliano Bellini [pj-news-ticker] The Albanian government has announced the terms of an auction to develop its first large-scale solar project. Image: Flickr/godo godaj Albania’s Ministry of Energy and Industry (MEI) has launched a long-expected auction for construction of the country’s first large-scale solar plant. The facility will be built at the Akërni salt flats, near the Vlora river on the southeastern Adriatic. Developers have until August 24 to submit questions and a tour of the site with government officials has been organized for August 27. Albanian renewable energy expert Lorenc Gordani told pv magazine that according to the disclosed criteria, technical and financial track records…
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Prospectus of winning bid for first Albanian PV by 50 MW

Prospectus of winning bid for first Albanian PV by 50 MW

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Prospectus of winning bid for first Albanian PV by 50 MW Author: Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser in Albania Energy Market In this analyse we will try to offer an overview of the works to be done to obtain a winning outcome in the auction for the first large solar park by 50 MW in Albania. Even the issues are complex and requires in-depth considerations, the keep of these steps as concise as possible, not only will assure the possibility of a winning bid but above all ensure that the project will be financed with low interest rates and implemented successfully along the next 30 years. The new political and legal framework in place The new energy sector strategy up to 2030 based on two main pillars: the development of…
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Albania paves way to auction for solar parks

Albania paves way to auction for solar parks

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Albania paves way to auction for solar parks Author: Dr. Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser on Energy Issues The up to here experience with photovoltaic parks by 2 MW serves as a good base for more relevant investments. A new procedure released aims auctions by 10-30 MW for a total of 100 MW. Thus, fundamental became the learn lessons from mistakes in hydropower plants but also those made by other countries in photovoltaics! Today, the possibility of producing solar energy in Albania is no more a novelty! Even recently, the government has increased the capacity offered for photovoltaic investments for a total up to 120 megawatts. For plants by to 2 MW, the current purchase price based on the formula that is calculated on the parameters of return on long-term investment,…
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EBRD financially supports photovoltaic deployment in SEE

EBRD financially supports photovoltaic deployment in SEE

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Financial support to strengthen deployment of solar power in SEE, Dr Lorenc Gordani, 10th June 2017 On 09 June, the EBRD and the Energy Community Secretariat have signed a Memorandum of Understanding strengthening the organisations’ cooperation in the field of sustainable development with a focus on sustainable energy policy development in the Western Balkans, Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia. The agreement, signed in Vienna, also allows the two institutions to explore new opportunities for cooperation on broader sustainability issues, including climate change. Leveraging on their expertise, the two organisations will contribute to an enabling environment for sustainable investment and a smooth transition towards sustainable, low-carbon economies in south-eastern Europe and the Black Sea region. The Secretariat and the EBRD are long-standing partners in initiating and implementing regional energy efficiency programmes in…
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EBRD confirms its commitment to the solar energy sector in Albania

EBRD confirms its commitment to the solar energy sector in Albania

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EBRD confirms its commitment to the solar energy sector in Albania, Dr Lorenc Gordani, 6th January 2018 The landscape of the Albanian solar sector has recently seen introduce of the important developments. The country is at a pivotal moment on deciding its optimal strategy for achieving a future with reduced carbon emissions and sustainable power sources. In framework of the Western Balkans (WBs) region - encompassing the European Union (EU) member states - Albania has adopted from 2012 the near-term renewable energy 38% targets for 2020. According to a last updates referred in the Monitor interview of the EBRD Director in Albania, Matteo Colangeli, it is confirmed that the competitive process for the first photovoltaic plant will take place this year. "Lastly, we are committed to assisting in the development…
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