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Albania’s Magna Energy seeks permit to build small HPP near Gjirokastra

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Albanian company Magna Energy has applied for a building permit for the construction of a small hydro power plant (HPP), the energy ministry said.
The company plans to build a HPP of up to 2 MW on a tributary of Drinos river in Albania’s southern region of Gjirokastra, the energy ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.

Albania produces over 90% of its electricity from HPPs, most of it from three power plants along the Drin river, in the northern part of the country.

Source: RenewablesNow

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