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Bosnia’s Amitea II applies for permits to build two SHPP

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March 18, 2015

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Bosnian company Amitea II has applied for permits to build two small hydropower plants (SHPP) in the Muslim-Croat Federation, the entity’s energy ministry said, SeeNews reported.

The planned SHPPs, Kraljuscica 1 and Kraljuscica 2, will have capacity of 3,465 kW and 4,478 kW, respectively, the Federation’s energy ministry said in a statement on its website.

The plants will be located in the Konjic municipality. The ministry also said that Sarajevo-based company CE Clean Energy BH has applied for a permit to build a photovoltaic (PV) power plant CE-Hodovo 1 with capacity for 4,976 kW.

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