According to bank documents, the Government recognizes the urgent need for a functioning electricity system and is implementing the Energy Strategy of Kosovo (2009-2018) (issued by the Government in September 2009) that shifts its approach to energy generation, distribution, and management.The Strategy aims to: (a) reduce the sector’s carbon dioxide emissions per megawatt-hour produced, (b) significantly reduce local air pollution, (c) manage end-user demand and create an enabling environment for energy efficiency by instilling payment discipline, and (d) facilitate private sector investment in generation as well as in other sectors of the economy.
The project aims to reduce the environmental impact of electricity generation and strengthen security of supply in Kosovo in an economically efficient, environmentally sustainable, and a carbon-neutral manner.
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