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Albania provides electricity to Kosovo/ Ministry of Economy gives good news to the citizens: The decision to cut off the electricity supply is canceled
Written by SOT.COM.AL 15 Gusht 2022
The Ministry of Economy announced on Monday afternoon that the citizens of Kosovo will be supplied with electricity without interruption.
Through a post on Facebook, the ministry said that the announced reductions were avoided after the cooperation with Albania.
The Ministry has also warned of other collaborations "to address the energy crisis".
The Government of Kosovo has also confirmed the regular electricity supply.
In the late hours of Sunday, the Kosovo Electricity Distribution Company (KEDS) announced that the citizens of Kosovo would face reductions from August 15.
The reductions, according to KEDS, would start from 08:00 according to the organization: six hours with electricity and two without it.
KEDS has justified this decision with the high prices for purchasing electricity in international markets.
On August 9, KEDS requested the Energy Regulatory Office (ERO) to increase electricity tariffs.
Last month, KEDS also warned of a "very uncertain" winter due to the energy crisis affecting Europe.
Even last year, Kosovo was affected by the energy crisis, so consumers were faced with reductions and price increases.
The two power plants in Obiliq, Kosovo A and B can produce energy up to 800 megawatts per hour, while the needs of consumers, during the winter, reach up to 1,300 megawatts per hour.
In Kosovo, about 94 percent of energy is produced by burning coal, while about 6 percent comes from renewable sources such as hydropower plants, wind power plants, and solar panels. /REL