Ahmetaj: In 10-15 years, Albania won’t need power imports


March 18, 2015






March 18, 2015





On the second day of Albania Oil, Gas and Energy 2015 Summit in Tirana, minister of economic development, trade, entrepreneurship and tourism, Arben Ahmetaj, stressed in a speech that the reforms undertaken by the country’s government in the energy sector have had positive effect on the economy and that the main goals are the reduction of imports of the electrical energy and the increase of producing capacities, Invest in Albania website reported.

“Albania has imported the electrical energy for at least the last decade but if we implement the right reforms, Albania will improve its capacities within 10 or the next 15 years in order to meet all the demands of the domestic market regarding electrical energy,” he declared.

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