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ALBANIA. Albania is situated in the south western piece of Balkans Peninsula, at the Eastern shores of Adriatic and Ionian seas.Albania lies in the Mediterranean climatic zone, portrayed by a hot dry summer and for the most part mellow winter with plentiful precipitations (downpour and snow).Albania is recognized for its regular assets. A great deal of them have been known and abused following the old times
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NATIONAL AGENCY OF NATURAL RESOURCES World Energy Council Europe Regional Meeting Brussels, February 20, 2009

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Albania is situated in the south western piece of Balkans Peninsula, at the Eastern banks of Adriatic and Ionian oceans. Albania lies in the Mediterranean climatic zone, portrayed by a hot dry summer and for the most part mellow winter with plentiful precipitations (rain and snow). Albania is recognized for its regular assets. A great deal of them have been known and misused since the antiquated times till now days. Different assets are sitting tight for further research and studies.

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INFORMATIVE DATA Population: 3.162 million * Area: 28 000 km 2 Capital: Tirana Real GDP growth: 6,9% Inflation rate: 2.2% Unemployment rate: 13.5% * Source: INSTAT Total Primary Energy Supply: 2130 Ktoe Total Final Energy Consumption: 1711 Ktoe Energy Consumption/1000 occupants: 0.54 Ktoe Electricity Consumption/1000 tenants: 93.2 Toe

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STATUS OF THE NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY Albania is taking a gander at its long haul vitality needs, settling on key choices identified with the coming years. The principle focus of the Albanian Energy Policy is to expand the security of supply for a reasonable monetary and social advancement. The National Agency of Natural Resources is one of the principle establishments in Albania managing the National Strategy of Energy. The Agency has the institutional commitment to screen and redesign the National Strategy of Energy.

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STATUS OF THE NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY The National Strategy of Energy intends to: The expansion of the supply security; The increment of the vitality proficiency in both, free market activity; The enhancement of the vitality sources; The use of renewable vitality sources; The meaning of genuine power costs; The operation into the provincial power advertise; The appreciation of the earth.

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STATUS OF THE NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY Albania mulls over that: The vitality is an essential social, financial, ecological and political issue, both broadly and globally. The inquiries identified with the developing interest for vitality can be met, both in national and universal scale. The inquiries identified with the programming and ensuring the vitality supply in the coming years will be considered in both national and global scale.

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STATUS OF THE NATIONAL ENERGY POLICY Albania , taking into account the geographic position, on the domain morphology and all alone common assets, has great conditions for vitality creation, in view of sources like: Water Sun Wind Biomasses and so on

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HYDROGRAPHIC DATA The Albanian hydrographic region has a surface of around 44,000 km 2 , that is around 57% more than the surface of the nation. The normal stature of the Albanian hydrographic region is around 700 m over the ocean level. The normal lasting aggregate inflow of all the Albanian waterways is around 1245 m 3/s. Every single Albanian stream pass on to the ocean around 40 billion m 3/year of water. Appropriation of existing HPP

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ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION In the era from 1945 until 1951, it was delivered, in normal, 10KWh for every inhabitant. In 1952, entered in operation the hydropower plant Selita (5 MW introduced limit). In January 1958, entered in operation the hydropower Ulza, (25 MW introduced limit). In 1970, entered in operation the hydropower plant Shkopeti, the hydropower plant Bistrica I the hydropower plant Bistrica II (51,5 MW introduced limit). In the day and age from 1971 until 1978, entered in operation the hydropower plants Vau Dejës and Fierza (750 MW introduced limit). In 1985, entered in operation the hydropower plant Koman (600MW introduced limit).

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INVESTMENT STATUS No noteworthy speculation, identified with hydropower plants development and vitality supply, has been done in Albania, from 1985 on. In 2006 another administrative approach on hydropower plants development and vitality supply has been settled down. Another legitimate system has been as of now endorsed and entered in power, managing the hydropower plants and the hydropower supply.

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ACTUAL CAPACITIES AND POTENTIALS Only 33% of the Albanian hydropower potential has been so far abused for vitality purposes. The as of now introduced limit is around 1460 MW The aggregate potential to be introduced is around 4.500 MW The officially normal era is around 5270 GWh The yearly era potential is around 18 TWh

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POWER POTENTIAL RELATED TO DIFFERENT RIVERS

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BIG SCALE HYDRO POWER PLANTS Hydropower Plant in Shkopeti Hydropower Plant in Ulza Hydropower Plant in Bistrica I Hydropower Plant in Bistrica II

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Hydropower Plant in Fierza Hydropower Plant in Vau Dejës Hydropower Plant in Koman Hydropower Plant in Fierza

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46% 36% Under concession Private State 18% ACTUALLY ADMINISTRATIVE STATUS OF HYDROPOWER PLANTS

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Other renewable wellsprings of vitality Albania has huge possibilities to build up the vitality generation and supply, in light of renewable sources like: Sun, Wind, Biomass, Geothermal Albania is emphatically advancing all sort of renewable wellsprings of vitality. Albania is setting up its own particular lawful structure on renewable wellsprings of vitality and on vitality productivity.

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SOLAR ENERGY Average amount of sunny hours The normal sunlight based radiation is around 1500 kWh/m 2 every year; The maximal sun powered radiation is around 2200 kWh/m 2 every year; The yearly daylight of the entire Albanian region is around 2400 hours; In the western and south-western beach front a portion of Albania the yearly daylight is around 2800 hours for every year. The sunlight based vitality creation amid 2007 has been of around 3.3 ktoe.

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WIND ENERGY In Albania there are as of now distinguished diverse alluring zones identified with the wind vitality abuse. Yearly normal wind speed The wind administration in Albania is firmly associated with: the administration of baric focuses, the position identifying with such focuses, the immediate impact of Adriatic and Ionian Seas. The normal yearly speed of wind, is around 4-6 m/s (10 m tallness). The normal yearly vitality thickness of wind is around 150 W/m 2 .

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GEOTHERMAL ENERGY In Albania, practicality contemplates identified with geothermal wellsprings of vitality, are still in procedure. There are some geothermal enthusiastic possibilities to be abused later on. The major geothermal sources in Albania are for the most part situated in Kruja, Ardenica and Diber. Temperature at profundity of 100 m

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BIOMASS ENERGY In Albania the assessed saves on biomasses (wood), as wellspring of vitality, are around 6 Mtoe. In Albania all wood assets are delegated: High woodlands (around 47-half of the aggregate wood assets); Corpses (around 29-30% of aggregate wood assets); Bushes (around 24-25% of aggregate wood assets). In 2007 the wood generation has been around 215 Ktoe/year.

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THANK YOU! http://www.akbn.gov.al Tel: ++ 355 42 246 195 Fax: ++ 355 42 257 382

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