Campania’s firms at EnergyMed eye Albania investment


April 10, 2015






April 10, 2015





EnergyMed fair in Naples hosted dozens of operators from Mediterranean countries and China to help the introduction of Italian technology overseas.

“We have worked on relations with several firms from Campania,” Erlet Shaqe, president of the Albanian energy association, told ANSAmed.info.

The most interesting projects that could be developed include the system of conversion of biomasses for farming uses into electricity, developed by the University Federico II in Naples, which provides for a system to produce water for irrigation, he said.

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