“Kosovo has turned to the Trump administration for help to build a coal-fired power plant after losing the backing of the World Bank.
This month, the World Bank withdrew a loan guarantee offer for the Kosovo e Re lignite burner – the last new coal plant it was considering support for – on the grounds that it was uncompetitive with renewable energy.
But after waiting more than a decade, the Kosovan government is intent on finding a new partner.
On 28 September the government took that search to Washington DC. Kosovo’s Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj and Economic Development minister Valdrin Lluka met with top officials from the US Overseas Private Investment Corporation (Opic).” (Climate Change News)