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Albania’s energy corp eyes 14 MW floating PV plant

Jun 6, 2024, 4:49:07 PMArticle by Genta Hodo
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June 6 (SeeNews) - The Solar Energy of Albania (SENA), a solar projects developer owned by Albanian state-owned energy corporation KESH, has expressed its interest to build a 13.8 MW photovoltaic (PV) plant, the country’s energy ministry said on Thursday.

Albania’s energy corp eyes 14 MW floating PV plant
Vau i Dejes HPP, Shkodra, Albania/ Photo: Albania's energy corporation KESH

The floating PV plant is set to be built in the Vau i Dejes reservoir, near the namesake hydropower plant owned by KESH, the ministry said in a notice of expression of interest.

Interested parties can send to the ministry, their comments on the application within 15 days from the publication date.

KESH is also building a 12.9 MW floating solar plant in the reservoir, with an investment valued at 12 million euro ($13 million), which is being co-financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and The Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF).

KESH owns and operates three large hydropower plants with a total capacity of 1,350 MW, according to its website.

($ = 0.919 euro)

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