RENGEN Albania 2020 on 19/20 February 2020

RENGEN Albania 2020 on 19/20 February 2020

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RENGEN Albania 2020 on 19/20 February 2020 Date: 19th-20th February 2020 Location: Tirana - Albania [metaslider id="18550"] [pj-news-ticker] Meet the biggest players in the Albanian renewable energy market Dear Partners and Colleagues, I am a delight to communicate the forthcoming of the RENGEN Albania 2020, taking place among the 19-20 February at the Plaza Tirana Hotel, Tirana, Albania. The largest renewables energy conference in Albania – its 5th annual edition will see also my participation with a new presentation on the latest development of the Albanian energy market. The conference, with the agenda filled with insightful presentations and debates from leading figures representing both local and international companies, will once more gather over 150 participants from all walks of life-related to renewable energy in Albania. In 2020 the focus shall…
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Albanian BOTs worth then gold

Albanian BOTs worth then gold

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Albanian BOTs worth then gold Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Advisor in Albanian Energy Market [pj-news-ticker] At the May 2013 the old concession law and regulation was replaced by Law No. 123/2013 "On Concessions and Public-Private Partnership" ("New Law on Concessions and PPP") and accompanying Regulations “For the evaluation and granting of concessions and public-private partnership” approved with DCM no. 575 dated July 10, 2013 ("New Concessions Regulation"). In an attempt to harmonize with the EU Directive 2004/18/EC, the new law and regulation introduced the concept of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) and the extension of rights, responsibilities of each party and risk allocation during the concession period. However, almost all the part of the concessionary contracts (above 520 SHPP) are signed along the period 2009 - 2013. Until May 2013,…
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Report Release on Electricity Generation Capacity Development

Report Release on Electricity Generation Capacity Development

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"Legal Assessment on the Electricity Generation Capacity Development in Albania” by Dr Lorenc Gordani / EuroElektra, 06th October 2017 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…
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The energy transition opens to alternative resources in Albania

The energy transition opens to alternative resources in Albania

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The energy transition opens to alternative resources in Albania Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Advisor in Albanian Energy Market An overview of the latest updates on renewable The Albanian energy market is undergoing a full restructuring process, and the country, similar to the transformation taking place in the region, is increasingly entering in an emerging market of distribution of renewable energy (DER), alternative tradings and deregulate of supplies. Regard the renewable the above profound energy transition has been lately crowned with the approval of the new Consolidated National Action Plan on Renewable Energy Sources 2019-2020. The action plan already in force by the 19 September 2019 rises the PV capacity available from 120 MW to 490 MW, the wind from 70 MW to 150 MW, and the biomass from…
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Wind energy deployment potential offered by market opening

Wind energy deployment potential offered by market opening

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Wind energy deployment potential offered by market opening Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani, Legal Advisor in Albanian Energy Market, Professor in the Department of Justice at the UMB Edited by Irsida Sheshi, M.A. in Public Administration Albania is a small country in South-Eastern Europe with high potential in natural resources, including the possibility to produce abundant electric energy from wind power. Although wind energy technology, as an energy resource, is distributed throughout the country, with total licenses amounting to approximately 2548 MW and generation potential around 5.7 TWh/year, yet no wind farm projects have been completed or are currently in the pipeline. Therefore, fundamental become the face of the main challenges that obstruct the wind energy deployment in Albania and the implementation options that are offering in practice by the…
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Albania, openness towards electricity trading options

Albania, openness towards electricity trading options

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Albania, openness towards electricity trading options Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani, Legal Advisor in Albanian Energy Market, Professor in the Department of Justice at the UMB Edited by Irsida Sheshi, M.A. in Public Administration [pj-news-ticker] In the last few months, Tirana hosted the International Energy Charter Forum under the Albanian Chairmanship of the Energy Charter Conference. The high-level activity presided by Urban Rusnák‏, Sec. Gen. EnCharter focused on topics such as interconnections and regional integration, linking efficiency and renewable energy to sociological-economic benefits, regional shared prosperity, etc. Going back to the early ‘90’s, Albania has seen in the Energy Charter one of the first institutional drives for the reforms with an aim to open up its energy sector. This is a process that has recognized in the last year --…
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Developing Onshore Wind Farms Summit

Developing Onshore Wind Farms Summit

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Developing Onshore Wind Farms Summit Date: 20th - 21st November 2019 Location: Lille – France [pj-news-ticker] Dear Partners and Colleagues, It is a great pleasure to communicate, the forthcoming ACI’s Developing Onshore Wind Farms Summit, to take place in Lille – France, on 20th - 21st November 2019. The ACI’s Developing Onshore Wind Farms Summit two day event will bring together key stakeholders from the wind farm industry, energy producers, developers, solution and technology providers, manufacturers, principal associations and consultants. With wind energy, being one of the world’s fastest growing renewable power sources it is essential to stay updated. Join us in Lille to network with key industry players, discuss the current state of affairs, potential routes to market and the latest technological & strategic innovations. Key Points: Market Overview…
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Granting of rights and acquisition in the Greenfield HPP

Granting of rights and acquisition in the Greenfield HPP

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Granting of rights and acquisition of the Greenfield HPP Author: Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser in Albania Energy Market [pj-news-ticker] 1 Main schemes on the granting rights A better understanding of the framework in which based the granting rights regime of the hydropower investments resources, make necessary the start by observing that, due to the lack of a coherent European reference framework - as revealed even by the most recent studies - make to be a very considerably discrepancies on hydropower regimes in MSs of the EU. A heterogeneous situation, among the EU hydropower regimes that is inevitable not to be reflected also in the institutional framework implied to the hydropower in the WBs. The all, mainly to technical potential and economic related differences, as well as the social and…
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3rd Annual International Summit “Hydropower Balkans 2019”

3rd Annual International Summit “Hydropower Balkans 2019”

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3rd Annual International Investment Summit and Exhibition “Hydropower Balkans 2019” Date: 7-8 November 2019 Venue: Belgrade, Serbia Organiser: Vostock Capital [pj-news-ticker] Dear Partners and Colleagues, We’re delighted to announce the being part as advisory board of the Hydropower Balkans 2019, after the successful participation at the Summits 2018 and 2017. Participations that have seen the kept of a presentation on: - “Albania hydroelectric sector towards large and sustainable developments”. For more can be get from the PowerPoint slides presented at 2th edition Summit “Hydropower Balkans 2018”, organized by Vostock Capital among 6-8 November 2018, at the Splendid Conference Resort, Budva, Montenegro, and, - “Legal Granting Regime of Hydro’s in WBs”. For more can be get from the PowerPoints as kept at the conference “Balkans Hydropower Summit 2017” as well as…
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HPP sector towards large and more sustainable developments

HPP sector towards large and more sustainable developments

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HPP sector towards large and more sustainable developments Annalise by Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser in Albania Energy Market [metaslider id="17560"] [pj-news-ticker] Albania like the rest of the Western Balkan countries, has continues encourage foreign capital to enter in the energy sector. Investments that have already reached about $ 1 billion, with growth in real term at 10% in 2017. The latest data shows that electricity produced by private sector have reached 33.7% of net domestic production. A high level that have led economic growth for the second consecutive quarter above the 4%. Considering, that the point of reference for any investment decision has to do with the rate of return, the comparative advantages of the Albanian hydroelectric (HPP) are numerous. At first, they are linked to the great natural…
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