Photovoltaic Park “Project Blue”

Photovoltaic Park “Project Blue” represents a milestone in the history of energy production in Albania. It is the largest privately owned photovoltaic project in the region that does not depend on government subsidies. With a planned installed capacity of 100 MW (AC), it consists of two separate sites with 50 MW (AC) capacity each.

The project area covers a total of approximately 246 hectares separated into two different sites located near the seashore, in Fier. With more than 2,850 sunshine hours per year and a solar radiation higher than 1,600 kWh/m2, this location allows for higher efficiency in the production of solar energy.

The high intensity of solar radiation, its relatively long duration, the temperature, and the air moisture, all meet the criteria to guarantee the sustainable development of “Project Blue”.

The project, which brings together a range of institutional knowledge and resources, has significant potential to create long-term impact for Albania, given the country’s abundant solar resources, which have remained largely untapped. 


By diversifying the energy mix and reducing reliance on hydropower, the project will increase the stability and resilience of the energy system, providing a more secure source of electricity for Albania.


This initiative is projected to significantly contribute to Albania’s efforts to reduce CO2 emissions by 11.5% by 2030 compared to 2016 levels.

Year of Construction



Bifacial Solar Panel