Applications for wind farms of 42.9 MW and 48 MW


August 3, 2015





August 3, 2015




Energy Ministry of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the country’s two autonomous entities, issued a report on recent applications for energy permits – ten solar power facilities between 10 kW and 987 kW of capacity, and two wind parks, with 42.9 MW and 48 MW.

The application for the first one, by the name of Orlovača, was filed by HB Wind DOO from Livno. The wind farm project includes 13 turbines and a plan for yearly generation of 99.06 GWh.

The latter application was sent by Kamen-Dent DOO from Mostar, and its project is called Kupres 1. It includes 16 turbines, which should produce 139.5 GWh per year.

Elektrosan DOO from the town of Bihać applied for an energy permit for Podveležje 1 photovoltaic facility. The solar park is projected for 987 kW and yearly generation of 1.48 GWh per year, the ministry said. Other applications were for solar power project with a capacity up to 150 kW.

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