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Western Balkans plans: where will all that power go?

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April 22, 2015

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Will there be a demand for all the available electricity if  all countries in the region become an energy hub? Bankwatch.org published an analysis on its website, saying the answer had seemed to lay in Italy, which looked like it would have difficulty in reaching its obligatory 2020 renewable energy target, but that the situation has changed.

According to available construction plans, the region shall have to start importing power between 2018 and 2023, the study said.

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