Albania: Energy companies KESH and OSHEE sell the electricity surplus

8. May 2015. / SEE Energy News

Affordable production regime has enabled the production of electricity surplus, after covering the needs of tariff customers and losses in the distribution network.

Due to favorable hydrological situation, the Albanian distribution company KESH sold 40,320 MWh of electricity during April 15th on the free market, at an average price of 31.13 EUR per megawatt-hour.

Affordable production regime has enabled the production of electricity surplus, after covering the needs of tariff customers and losses in the distribution network.

From the company KESH suggest that the average electricity price on the Hungarian Stock Exchange on the day of the sale was 32.02 EUR per megawatt-hour.

The agreement between KESH and OSHEE on the sale of electricity surplus was reached in February 2015th, in order to cover losses in the distribution network. The electricity worth in a total of about 5, 2 MEUR was produced during March and April in in the Albanian power system.

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