International Conference on Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies

International Conference on Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies

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International Conference on Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies June 21-22, 2021 [pj-news-ticker] Dear Partners and Colleagues, It's an extreme privilege for us to announce the upcoming International Conference on Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies, June 21-22, 2021. Activity in which I will be part with an oral presentation on Regulatory analysis on the increasing value of buildings through a quality process of energy performance certification in Albania, under the track of “Green Buildings and Green Architecture”. Energy tech 2021 scheduled for the two-day event will be a global platform for sharing information and ability from both scientific and industrial groups. The meeting goes for uniting the academicians, scientists, instructors, business pioneers, investors, and young researchers to a global stage where they can showcase their novel research and contributions in the…
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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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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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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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Electricity Market Opening and the Boost of the PV in Albania

Electricity Market Opening and the Boost of the PV in Albania

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Electricity Market Opening and the Boost of the Photovoltaic Technologies in Albania Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani Tirana Business University (TBU) [pj-news-ticker] The Albanian energy market has entered recently in a transformation that for many reasons were even difficult to be imagined only a few times before. As far as here we are referring to those that are already concrete developments even still at the embryonic stage, we will focus on the binomial correlation from one side of the opening of the market as an essential obligation in complying to the international commitments, and on the other the possibility that this offer on the increase of the use of alternative technologies, especially photovoltaic, not only for businesses but also by each family in Albania. The above cannot be different, as…
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Albania toward large and sustainable developments

Albania toward large and sustainable developments

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Albania toward large and sustainable developments Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani Head of Professional Masters Department Tirana Business University (TBU) [pj-news-ticker] I. Country Overview Albania like the rest of the Western Balkan has continued encourage foreign capital to enter the energy sector. In 2018, the net inflows of foreign direct investment amounted to 8% of the national GDP (IMF, 2018). Investments that have already reached above $ 1 billion in 2019. A considerable interest that has made that electricity produced by private sector reached 43% of net domestic production in 2019. Notwithstanding which the country remains a net importer on average for around one-third of its needs. Notably, in 2019, drought-triggered electricity imports cost by € 209 million and put the power utility KESH and distribution operator into severe financial…
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Albania launches tender for Euro 100 Million Solar Park

Albania launches tender for Euro 100 Million Solar Park

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Albania launches tender for Euro 100 Million Solar Park Analysis by Dr Lorenc Gordani Professor at the Tirana Business University - TBU [pj-news-ticker] Introduction The Albanian energy market is undergoing a complete restructuring process that is thought to be finalized soon also with the launch of the power exchange (APEX). A new framework that tends to foster more and more its entering now into active development of renewable energy, with different options of use of photovoltaic included the self-consumption (DER), increased trades and above all opportunities for alternative suppliers, the deployment of the fleet of electric cars, etc. An entirely “radical” game of change approach regarding renewable energies, similar to developments in the rest of the Balkans, which aims to create a more efficiently mix of energy production. A trend…
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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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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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