The perspective of economic growth, nowadays without promoting an clear environmental protection policy, is no longer possible. However every developing country has to pay so called “ecological bill” in the transition period in order to move through growth and sustainability. Specifically this is an issue if we are talking about the energy raw material impact in ecological conditions and possible new ecologic management that is based on the principles of reducing, reusing and recycling raw material. The main purpose of this work was to analyze the possibility application of lignite fly ash from Kosova Power Plants for the production of self – compacting cement pastes and his use in other industry branches with interest. For the analyses in labor , from the Kosova Power Plants Kosova A and Kosova B in Kastriot were chosen fly ash samples, and the same was tested in the laboratory to show the chances of the application as the additive material and analyzing the exothermal profile of cement pastes with replaced cement from fly ash . The results obtained show that the possibility application of lignite fly ash for the production of self – compacting materials is existing and the same can be used for other industry branches. This is a god opportunity for the use of fly ash as a secondary material which has characteristics of one pozolanic material, with good binder characteristics; it can also clearly improve the rheological properties of fresh concrete and other self – compacting materials.