The Minister of Energy, Belinda Balluku, said that tomorrow the complete package will be presented to deal with the energy crisis that has affected not only our country but also other European countries.

She emphasized that there will be drastic measures, while details about the time zone will be given.

"It doesn't seem to me that there are measures for interruption after 10:00 p.m. that it would be an emergency, after 10 p.m. the interruption of public lighting is required.

Application of public lighting to units from 16:00 to 22:00.

After that moment, they turn off until the next day at 4 pm, Germany has applied it.

Tomorrow we will present the energy package, both the bandage and the drastic measures, some have been taken as practice by states, some have been consumed.

Tomorrow at 9:00 am we will present the whole package", said the minister.



The global energy crisis with expensive import purchase prices and lack of rainfall to ensure energy in the country has caused the government to extend the state of emergency of electricity supply until December 31 this year.

The Ministry of Energy has already announced the establishment of a ceiling and that those who spend more than 800 kv/hour of energy starting from October 1 will have to pay more for electricity.

Saving energy and using it as efficiently as possible is the appeal that is constantly being made by the authorities due to the energy crisis and the high prices of its import purchase.

The latter have reached stratospheric figures on the international stock exchanges at the end of August, surpassing 1,000 euros per Mwh.



INSTAT reports that the use of electricity by consumers, both households and businesses, has decreased, showing signs of saving.

Albania imported 664 GWh of energy in the second quarter of the year alone, almost twice as much as compared to the previous year, reflecting the difficult situation in the energy sector.

These are the data of the Institute of Statistics, according to which, on the other hand, the export of energy has halved compared to the same quarter of the year we left behind, causing the exchange of energy to record negative values.

During the April-June period, the lack of rainfall has caused the domestic electricity production in the country to decrease by almost 40 percent.