EU & WBs / Albania Energy Publication Centre

EU & WBs / Albania Energy Publication Centre

Presentation of Albanian Centre for Energy Regulation and Conservation - ACERC

ACERC is a think tank centre with focus in Albania energy market and its integration on 8th Regional Area & EU IEM. The ACERC mission aim to provide a qualified contribution to the promotion of the liberalization and the effective integration as well as the efficient use of energy resources.

ACERC main activities profiles briefly consists in the release reports, articles and periodicals. In cooperation also with collaborates the offering of the activities that support capacity building of market actors, such as national and regional seminars, trainings and conferences. Initiatives completed by advocating in the energy sector promoting a forum called in Albanian School of Regulation.

For more visit us at the Official Website of Acerc | Albanian Energy Market - AEM Group in LinkedIn

RENEWABLE ENERGY Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020 International Energy Agency (IEA)

AEL Updates May 2015Posted by Adv. Lorenc Gordani, PhD Mon, May 11, 2015 09:11:40

RENEWABLE ENERGY Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020

International Energy Agency (IEA)

Medium-Term Market Report EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2014

In 2013, new renewable power capacity expanded at its fastest pace to date. Globally, renewable generation was estimated on par with that from natural gas.

Over the medium term, renewables face a transition period. Despite strong anticipated generation growth, new generation, capacity additions and investment in renewable power are all expected to level off through 2020. Biofuels for transport and renewable energy use for heating and cooling face slower growth and persistent policy challenges.

Even with growing competitiveness, policies remain vital to stimulating investment in capitalintensive renewables. Scaling up deployment to higher levels would require stable, long-term policy frameworks and market design that prices the value of renewables to energy systems and increases power system flexibility to ensure system adequacy with greater variable renewables.

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