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Kosovo Chamber of Commerce recommends another alternative to reduce the price of power supply

By   /  02/09/2014  /  Business, Kosovo, XK Business  /  Comments Off on Kosovo Chamber of Commerce recommends another alternative to reduce the price of power supply

Pristina, September 2, 2014/ Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Following the recommendation to lift VAT on power supply in order to have a reduction of its price, Kosovo Chamber of Commerce has also recommended for the tax on the royalty of lignite that is used for the production of power supply to be […]

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Power supply increases, businesses warn protests

By   /  01/09/2014  /  Business, Headlines, Kosovo, XK Business  /  Comments Off on Power supply increases, businesses warn protests

Pristina, September 1, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Kosovo Chamber of Commerce along with representatives of domestic businesses, have reacted against the decision of the Energy Regulatory Authority for the increase of the price of power supply. Business representatives have said that if their demands are not taken under consideration, then they will […]

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Increase in the price of power supply in Kosovo may trigger social unrest

By   /  08/08/2014  /  Energy, Headlines, Kosovo, XK Energy  /  Comments Off on Increase in the price of power supply in Kosovo may trigger social unrest

Pristina, August 8, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota The increase in the price of power supply by 5% for the second time within two month, may mean a difficult year for consumers in Kosovo. Representatives from the business sector and consumers warn for a social crisis, because according to them, the increase in […]

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Kosovo in an energy crisis

By   /  01/08/2014  /  Energy, Headlines, Kosovo, XK Energy  /  Comments Off on Kosovo in an energy crisis

IBNA Special Report Pristina, August 1, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Citizens of Kosovo continue to face problems of power supply. 15 years after the war, several cities still have frequent power cuts. This shows that the country is on the brink of an energy collapse and that the government has been lacking […]

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Production resumes in Kosova A thermal power station

By   /  07/07/2014  /  Energy, Kosovo, XK Energy  /  Comments Off on Production resumes in Kosova A thermal power station

Pristina, July 7, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Following a big blast in the Kosova A thermal power station, which led to the death of two people, the A3 unit was once again made operational today and without encountering any problems, this unit is producing with a capacity of 130 MW. According to […]

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Price increases in FYROM, citizens worried

By   /  01/07/2014  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, MK Social, Social  /  Comments Off on Price increases in FYROM, citizens worried

Skopje, July 1, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency By Naser Pajaziti As of today, citizens in the country are facing price increases for their basic day to day needs. As of today, July 1, there has been a price increase for power supply, diesel products, bread and cigarettes. Regulatory Energy Commission (REC) decided to approve the […]

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Electric power, this “cash cow” which is endlessly “milked”

By   /  28/03/2014  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy, Headlines  /  Comments Off on Electric power, this “cash cow” which is endlessly “milked”

IBNA Observation/For many years, electric power has been systematically stolen by Albanians. This phenomenon has been so constant that the government is proud of reducing the level of losses in the network from 50 to 42%. The prime minister talks about a “life or death battle”. The performance of the Albanian energy system from the […]

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Clashes between PM Rama and former premier Berisha on the presence of TAP in Albanian speaking lands

By   /  07/02/2014  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy, Headlines  /  Comments Off on Clashes between PM Rama and former premier Berisha on the presence of TAP in Albanian speaking lands

By Edison Kurani Trans Adriatic Pipeline project (TAP) is considered to be one of the biggest investments in the past 23 years in Albania and the start of its construction works is seen as a good omen for the Albanian economy. The expected investment cost is at least 1 billion Euro, while thousands of new […]

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60% of power production is stolen, a failure for the Albanian economy

By   /  13/01/2014  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy, Headlines  /  Comments Off on 60% of power production is stolen, a failure for the Albanian economy

By Edison Kurani In Albania, more than half of electrical energy which is produced, distributed and imported, is stolen in different ways by private companies and households. Many state institutions, private businesses and household consumers have been debtors for several years to the state owned CEZ Distribution, as the seller of power supply. The drafting […]

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Consumers complain over power supply bills

By   /  09/01/2014  /  Headlines, Kosovo, Social, XK Social  /  Comments Off on Consumers complain over power supply bills

Pristina, January 9, 2014/Balkan Independent News Agency Consumers complain about the increase of their power supply bills. Many of them suspect that their debt to KEDS has been wrongly billed with a higher price than their real spending. The company that privatized the distribution network, KEDS, receives up to 25 complaints a day. “It’s understandable […]

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