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Hydropower plant production licences for two companies

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March 16, 2015

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Albania’s energy regulator said it had awarded an electricity production licence to local company Ayen AS Energji, SeeNews portal reported.

The licence allows the company to operate as producer of electricity from the 12.25 MW Gojan hydropower plant, the 6.55 MW Gjegjan hydropower plant, the 27.94 Peshqesh hydropower plant, and the 63.8 MW Fangu hydropower plant for a 30-year period, the energy regulator said in a statement posted on its website.

An electricity trading licence was also awarded to local company Devoll Hidropower. The licence allows the company to operate as electricity trader in Albania for a five-year period, the energy regulator said in a statement posted on its website.

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