Opening of the market launches the relevant projects

Opening of the market launches the relevant projects

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Opening of the market launches the relevant projects Author: Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser in Albania Energy Market [pj-news-ticker] Albania, like the rest of the Western Balkan countries, intends to promote the liberalization of the energy market and complete regional integration. Further, the fulfilment of the renewable and security targets of the country, determined by the absence of additional fiscal space available, has pushed continually to encourage the investors from the private financial system, especially the foreign capital to enter in energy sector. The foreign investments that have already reached about 1 billion euro by 2017, stimulating a growth to 3.8%. The largest share of foreign investment stocks, with over 70% is focused in energy (including oil and gas). The above mixed with the favourable technical potential in hydroelectric investments…
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State of art and the expected future developments in hydropower

State of art and the expected future developments in hydropower

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State of art and the expected future developments in hydropower Author: Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser in Albania Energy Market [pj-news-ticker] 1.1 Highly technical potential of hydroelectric A starting point of any investment decision in hydropower is why it is worth to invest in Albania. The comparative advantages are a lot but the first competitive ones is related with the country huge potential of hydroelectric energy: with eight large rivers run through a hydrographic territory, above its today administrative extension by 57%, with average height about 700 m, and a perennial total inflow about 1,245 m3/s, for a combined water flow about 40 billion/m3. The attempt to provide a clear picture on the developments of granted projects in hydropower is rather difficult task due to large number of projects and…
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Time for a paradigm shift from hydro to photovoltaic!

Time for a paradigm shift from hydro to photovoltaic!

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Time for a paradigm shift from hydro to photovoltaic! Author: Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser in Albania Energy Market [pj-news-ticker] Dear Partners and Colleagues, To whom is interested in knowing more on the excellent opportunities in opening on the photovoltaic market in Albania, with a great pleasure I would see to recommend the Expo & Forum - 2nd Edition 2018. Albanian legal framework recently is prepared by fully responding to the concerns verified so far in practice, aiming for a shift paradigm towards photovoltaics. The fact is that the costs of photovoltaics are continuously decreasing. However, new the skills are needed to make that hydroelectric do not remain the only one that traditionally seen deployment in Albania. Therefore, come to visit the most prominent companies involved in photovoltaics, that will…
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A snapshot on the hydropower sector in Albania

A snapshot on the hydropower sector in Albania

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A snapshot on the hydropower sector in Albania Author: Dr Lorenc Gordani Legal Adviser in Albania Energy Market The attempt to provide a clear picture on the developments of granted projects in hydropower is rather difficult task. First due to their large number of projects and extension in time with different regime and the occasionally public reports that have create a confusion about the total figures - at least for who do not manage every day the matter. However, referring to official data on concessions (that do not include authorisation procedure) of the last report of NANR, and further the one of MIE on March 2018, as well as the report of ERE June 2018, it can be roughly said: ▶ Total installed capacity reached around the 2,100 MW, with…
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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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