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


March 18, 2015





March 18, 2015




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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