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December 1 (SeeNews) - Kosovo’s state-owned energy corporation, KEK, became the second member of the Albanian-Kosovo-founded power exchange platform Alpex for the Kosovo bidding zone, Alpex said on Friday.
KEK will trade in the day-ahead market as soon as the power exchange begins trading in Kosovo, Alpex said in a social media post.
Alpex’s very first member for the Kosovo bidding zone, power grid operator KOSTT, joined earlier in November.
Alpex was founded by Albanian power grid operator OST and Kosovo’s KOSTT in October 2020 and held its first Albania bidding in April 2023. An Albania-Kosovo market coupling is pending regulatory approval.
With the addition of Devoll Hydropower, a subsidiary of Norwegian renewable energy company Statkraft, in October, Alpex has 16 members in its Albanian bidding zone.
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