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BiH turns to digitalization to speed up investments

BiH digitalization speed up investments

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October 1, 2022

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Investors in the energy sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina have received a digital guide in the form of an online application, intended to help them implement their projects as easily as possible.

The digital guide for investors in the electricity sector in BiH is an online application that processes the details on a planned project such as location, type, installed capacity, and based on the data it provides the information needed for the realization of the project.

The application offers a customized guide for a specific project with a list of permits, consents and other necessary documentation, a list of institutions in charge of their issuance, deadlines and other useful information, said the Chamber of Commerce of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The application is an upgrade of the Guide for Investors, which was published in the printed edition in 2018

The application is an upgrade of the Guide for Investors, which was published in the printed edition in 2018 and summarizes information from more than 140 regulations from all levels of government in BiH.

The digital guide was prepared in cooperation with the representatives of the relevant ministries of energy in BiH, and other authorities who participated in the process of its creation.

The digital guide can be accessed at www.vodic.usaidepa.ba.

The application was prepared as part of the Energy Sector Assistance Project (USAID EPA), implemented by the Federal Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry and USAID as part of the activities to improve the investment environment in FBiH.

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