In-Depth Review of the Energy Efficiency Policy of ALBANIA

Albania has ratified the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) and the Protocol on Energy Efficiency and Related Environmental Aspects (PEEREA) in 1997. By ratifying PEEREA, countries commit themselves to formulate and implement policies for improving energy efficiency and reducing the negative environmental effects of the energy cycle (Art.5). The aim of PEEREA is that contracting parties shall co-operate and, as appropriate, assist each other in developing and implementing energy efficiency policies, laws and regulations (Art.3). In fulfilling its commitments under PEEREA, Albania has presented a Regular Review of its energy efficiency policies in 2007. The current in-depth energy efficiency review is the first for the country.

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