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November 28 (SeeNews) - Greek energy group DEPA Commercial said it has signed a deal to acquire a 35% stake in the project for the construction of the first thermal power plant in Albania, developed by local Fier Thermoelectric Sh.a.
DEPA Commercial has also signed a multi-year contract for the supply of natural gas to the power plant, it said in a LinkedIn post last week.
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Fier Thermoelectric was established in September 2022 as a joint venture between Greek holding group Gek Terna and Albanian construction firm Gener 2.
Fier Thermoelectric plans to build a 170 MW thermal power plant near the city of Fier, local media reported earlier this year.
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