Sustainable Energy for Albania

The actual energy system in Albania is currently based completely at the hydroenergy. There are enormous doubts on its sustainability, as there are limited generation capacities towards the growing demand. On the other side it is limited with a considerable number of technical and non technical problems related to the net work loss and leading to a multi-year energy crisis. One of the main challenges of the Albanian energy sector is the diversification of the energy sources and the fulfillment of the needs by own country resources, decreasing the import dependence.

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