RENEWABLE ENERGY IN ALBANIA

RENEWABLE ENERGY IN ALBANIA
RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN ALBANIA

ALBANIA OVERVIEW

Albania shares a border with Greece to the south/southeast, Macedonia to the east, Kosovo
to the northeast, and Montenegro to the northwest. Western Albania lies along the Adriatic
and Ionian Sea coastlines. Albania’s primary seaport is Durres, which handles 90% of its
maritime cargo
Albania situated in the southwestern region of the Balkan Peninsula, Albania is predominantly
mountainous but flat along its coastline with the Adriatic Sea. Climate is Mild, temperate;
cool, wet winters; dry, hot summers. Area is 28,748 sq. km. Major cities are Capital–Tirana
(600,000; 2005 est.). Others–Durres (200,000; 2005 est.), Shkoder (81,000; 2005 est.), Vlore
(72,000; 2005 est.). Population (2011 est.) is 2,994,667 and population growth rate (2011
est.) is 0.267%.

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