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European consortium wins 100 MW PV tender in Kosovo with $0.0524/kWh bid

A group led by Swiss construction group Orllati has won a 100 MW PV tender in Kosovo with a bid of €0.0488 ($0.0524)/kWh. The consortium has secured a lease for up to 30 years, supported by a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Kostt, the national market operator in Kosovo.

Kosovo to auction 950 MW of renewables, 170 MW of battery storage

Kosovo plans to auction off 950 MW of renewables over the next two years, to the tune of €1.2 billion ($1.29 billion).

Kosovo reveals shortlisted bidders for 100 MW solar tender

Kosovo has shortlisted six bidders in its first solar auction. The bidder chosen to construct the 100 MW plant will secure a lease for up to 30 years, backed by a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Kostt, the national market operator.

Kosovo launches tender to build 100 MW solar plant

Kostt, Kosovo’s market operator, has launched a tender for the construction of a 100 MW solar plant. It will offer a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) to the selected developer.


Kosovar bank launches tender for 3 MW solar park

The solar plant is planned to be built in Lipjan, near the country’s capital city, Pristina.

Big solar for Western Balkans disused coal mine

Land scarcity and renewables prices have been long considered significant hurdles for renewable developments in the hilly Balkans. Still, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) sees solid opportunities in floating PV on public dams, PV modules on rooftops, and renewables projects in landfills and disused coal mines.


Kosovo to host 150 MW solar park

The solar plant is planned to be built in southwestern Kosovo and to come online next year.

Kosovo introduces 20 MW FIT scheme for PV, but state aid commission said it is illegal

The scheme, which has now been halted, was expected to award a FIT of €0.0855/kWh to PV systems not exceeding 3 MW in size.

Power-to-heat for district heating may drive wind and solar

Researchers say the technology could help drive clean energy deployment in countries with limited grids or in isolated, coal-based energy systems. According to their model, Kosovo could see a strong increase in wind and PV capacity if power-to-heat is coupled with thermal energy storage for fixed-capacity district heating.


Kosovo preps 50 MW solar tender

The Balkan nation is planning a tender for 50 MW of utility scale solar capacity on a public-private partnership basis with help from the International Finance Corporation. The World Bank’s private finance arm is procuring a technical, environmental and social consulting firm to advise on the project.


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