Transmission System Operator (Albania)

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Operatori i Sistemit të Transmetimit
Industry Electricity generation, transmission, distribution
Founded 2004
Headquarters Tirana, Albania
Key people
Engjëll Zeqo (Administrator)
Products Electricity
Parent Government of Albania

The transmission system of electricity in Albania is run by the Transmission System Operator (OST), a public company with 100% state ownership. OST was created on 14 July 2004 as a result of the undergoing reforms within the Albanian Power Corporation. It split up as a vertically organized company into three separate units with the functions of generating, transmitting and distributing of the electricity.[1][2]

See also


  1. ^ Ristrukturim Operatorit të Sistemit të Transmetimit
  2. ^ Mbi inspektimin financiar publik të kryer në Operatorin e Sistemit të Transmetimit

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