Priorities for privatization of Kosovo's electricity distribution network and supply : [presented May 17, 2010]
Historically nationalized industries have had a low performance and generally speaking, the privatizations of these industries increased dramatically their efficiency and effectiveness. For these reasons, the Kosovo’s government has decided to privatize the Distribution System Operator (DSO) and Electricity Supply. This privatization is set to take place in the second part of 2010. There are several priorities that need to be considered for an effective transfer of ownership of Kosovo’s Distribution network from the government control to private investors. The top three priorities in this project are considered to be: • Legislation and regulation for distribution • Economic and electricity demand growth • Technical and commercial losses in distribution network Furthermore, the following priorities will also need to be considered: • Global finance for electricity investments • Distribution technologies and infrastructure • Distribution area, customers and population density
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Professional Studies (CAST)
Ibishi, Avdush, "Priorities for privatization of Kosovo's electricity distribution network and supply : [presented May 17, 2010]" (2010). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
American University in Kosovo
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