The Western Balkans has the largest remaining unexploited hydropower potential in Europe. And although there have been some breaks, the hydropower boom is very much ongoing with large projects being in various phases of development around the region. Albania’s Power Corporation (KESH) plans the construction of 210 MW Skavica HPP on the Drin river. In Serbia, investments in new large-scale HPPs include the construction of pumped storage hydropower plants Đerdap 3 (2,400 MW) and Bistrica (680 MW). State-owned power utilities EPCG and EPS agreed on the construction of the 155 MW Komarnica HPP in Montenegro.