Last developments in the sustainable energy market in Albania

Last developments in the sustainable energy market in Albania

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Last developments in the sustainable energy market in Albania Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani Head of the Department of Professional Masters Tirana Business University (TBU) [pj-news-ticker] Based on the last updates, the here article on Albania towards the era of Power Exchange, sustainability and energy efficiency, it wants to start mentioning that recently, the WEF’s Energy Transition Index 2021 ranks Albania as the best in the Western Balkan region, taking the 25th spot. Private sector involvement and developments in RES Twenty new plants have entered production over the last year, out of which 18 in hydro and two photovoltaic. Their total installed capacity is estimated at 227 MW, where most of this capacity belongs to the Moglica Hydropower Plant. In total, the installed capacity of private generation power plants reached…
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Free Market Supplier activity in Albania

Free Market Supplier activity in Albania

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Free Market Supplier activity in Albania Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani Head of the Department of Professional Masters Tirana Business University (TBU) [pj-news-ticker] This short analysis aims to summarise the first activities of Free Market Supplier (FTL) and the generous loans offered by international donors to support the power reform in Albania. The Free Market Supplier started the electricity trading activity a few months ago by the Energy Regulatory Authority, which conditioned the start of the sale of surplus energy in the unregulated market. Referring to the legislation in force, the public supply company in the free market should purchase electricity from renewable energy sources. Initially, this energy is traded to cover the losses of the Distribution System Operator at the same price at which it buys this energy from…
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Energy Talk on Western Balkans “Western Balkans: from coal to clean?”

Energy Talk on Western Balkans “Western Balkans: from coal to clean?”

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Energy Talk on Western Balkans “Western Balkans: from coal to clean?”   [pj-news-ticker] Dear Partners and Colleagues, It is a great pleasure to communicate my participation as a keynote speaker in the forthcoming Energy Talk on Western Balkans “Western Balkans: from coal to clean?”. The Western Balkans have huge potential for developing green energy, with its rivers providing hydroelectric power, its mountains and plains enabling wind power, its underdeveloped solar energy, and the inhabitants of its many cities keen for sustainable development. And still fostering the transition towards cleaner and renewable energy sources is crucial for a region highly dependent on coal. Not only are there untapped opportunities in the region, due to windy locations, sunny days, and, in some countries, a large hydropower potential, but there is also increasing…
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Global Infrastructure Dialogue 2021

Global Infrastructure Dialogue 2021

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Global Infrastructure Dialogue 2021 Date: 13th - 14th September 2021 Location: Frankfurt [pj-news-ticker] Dear Partners and Colleagues, It is a great pleasure to communicate, the forthcoming Global Infrastructure Dialogue 2021, on 13th - 14th September 2021. The Global Infrastructure Dialogue 2021 will take place in Frankfurt and brings together the movers and shakers of the infrastructure industry. GID 2021 provides a forum for global decision makers in infrastructure to get together in a series of interactive sessions, 1:1 meetings and fire-side chats. Senior investors, asset managers, lenders, developers and policy makers will be discussing the latest global trends in infrastructure. Among the topics covered will be the latest investment strategies in debt- and equity, investment opportunities in energy, Tech & Telco and transport infrastructure as well as insights from developers…
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Energy Week Black Sea 2020 Summit

Energy Week Black Sea 2020 Summit

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Energy Week Black Sea 2020 Summit Date: 29th – 30th September 2020 Location: Online Event [metaslider id="20453"] [pj-news-ticker] Dear Partners and Colleagues, It is a great pleasure to communicate, the forthcoming Energy Week Black Sea 2020 Summit, 29th – 30th September 2020. The international investment event Energy Week Black Sea 2020 will take place online. Energy Week Black Sea 2020 will bring together authorities and energy companies from Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, and Georgia, as well as international financial institutions and multinational private investors to foster the deployment of renewable energy in the region, attract foreign direct investment into the sector and unlock the potential of regional cooperation. The event comprises of a 2-day Congress focused on the most important questions faced by the countries surrounding the Black Sea pursuing…
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The Black Sea region’s renewable energy potential on the agenda

The Black Sea region’s renewable energy potential on the agenda

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The Black Sea region’s renewable energy potential on the agenda Energy Week Black Sea 2020 Summit Date: 29th – 30th September 2020 [metaslider id="20453"] [pj-news-ticker] Dear Partners and Colleagues, It is a great pleasure to communicate, that in less than a month, the energy community will get together online to discuss the renewable energy potential of the Black Sea countries. The high-level international investment conference Energy Week Black Sea will take place on a virtual event platform on 29-30 September bringing together the authorities, project operators of Ukraine, Georgia, Romania, Turkey and Bulgaria, as well as IFIs/DFIs, multinational energy companies. A limited amount of free passes is available for representatives of state organisations, renewable energy associations and IFIs. To register, please fill in the form. For standard passes (pricing) please…
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Technical studies on energy infrastructure

Technical studies on energy infrastructure

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Technical studies on energy infrastructure Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Advisor in Albanian Energy Market [pj-news-ticker] The development of the 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 have presented complex challenges in their deployment in practice, which have requested a continued review with the aim of improving the legal framework in force. In fact, the involvement in new generation capacity is a very complex infrastructural work in open space mostly in remote areas, as well as the beginning of 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…
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Green economy pass through the human capital

Green economy pass through the human capital

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Green economy pass through the human capital Annalise by Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser in Albania Energy Market [pj-news-ticker] The today Albanian energy market, similar to the transformation in many different fields of economy, has taken an in-deep reform that in some way were even difficult to be imagined only some times before. In practice, the country has adopted the same legal framework, has proceeded with integrating the institution and struggling to enforce the rule of law applied to the sector in all the European countries. An effort, first of all to our direct interest, but in the same time, as part of the integration process with the openness of the energy market in Albania, is giving a contribution to foster the opens of other countries in South-East Europe. As…
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Strategic Reform Plan of Energy Sector in Albania

Strategic Reform Plan of Energy Sector in Albania

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Strategic Reform Plan of Energy Sector in Albania Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Advisor in Albanian Energy Market, Professor in the Department of Justice at the UMB [pj-news-ticker] Albania is in the process of strong restructure of the regulatory environment in the energy sector. The new legal and regulatory framework seeks to address a wide range of issues, including institutional reforms, promotion and increased energy efficiency and renewable energy generation capacity, the establishment of a new electricity tariffs, the development of an organized electricity market as well as the integration within the broader regional electricity ones and, finally, the EU's internal electricity market. The reform effort began in 2006 with the membership in the Energy Community was finalised with the adoption of a new law on the electricity sector…
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Necessity of Risk Mitigation in Hydropower Partnerships in Albania

Necessity of Risk Mitigation in Hydropower Partnerships in Albania

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Necessity of Risk Mitigation in Hydropower Partnerships in Albania Photos - Annual Conference of the Albanian Association of Renewable Energy (AREA) at Rogner Hotel, March 1, 2018 Analyse by Adv. Lorenc Gordani, PhD Despite the multi-importance for the economy, hydropower investments present a complex challenges in their practical management. In order to attract the private and foreign interest, the aim of any government has been to offer a broader partnership model. The question that arises is how has been their management and where there have been the problems for the parties in practise? What is expect or advise to the improve of their management in the future? Problems on the managements of the hydroelectric investments In Albania, legal practices of co-operation with private sector to improve the efficiency of natural…
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