According to EBRD website, the project is part of the Bank's response to the challenges caused by Covid-19 and, in addition, will support the construction of an underground distribution substation in central Tirana.
The project will provide up to EUR 70 million to be provided to Operatori i Shperndarjes se Energjise Elektrike (OSHEE), the Albanian state-owned holding company of the distribution network entity and retail supplier, to alleviate liquidity constrains of OSHEE caused by the continuing Covid-19 crisis and to support the construction of a 110/20 KV distribution substation in central Tirana.
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