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20
Jul 2014

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Albania Solar energy

With solar energy, we distinguish usually two conversion types:  solar thermal, solar PV (or photovoltaic solar energy) In this study we are focusing more on solar thermal energy. Solar thermal energy is the process where...


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Albania Wind energy

Since a few centuries, mankind is able to use the wind power through the wind mills. As from the mid seventies, modern wind turbines have been developed with the aim to produce clean electricity....


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Albania Geothermal Resources

  Geothermal resource consists of underground layers or springs that contain water with a temperature level which is enough to gain useful forms of energy. Usually, the water is heated through the higher temperatures...


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Albania Hydropower Potential

Hydropower is a form of renewable energy that captures the potential energy of flowing water to convert it into electricity. A distinction is made between: Run-off river systems, where (a part of) the river flow...


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Albania Biomass

The term biomass covers a wide variety of both fuel and conversion technologies. Usually, the term biomass refers to woody or agricultural products being converted into useful energy through different conversion technologies (Ecofys BV...


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