Draft energy permit adopted for 48 MW Pakline 2 wind farm
The Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) has adopted a draft energy permit for the construction of the Pakline 2 wind farm, with a nameplate capacity of 48 MW and projected annual output of 153.9 GWh of electricity.
The draft energy permit was adopted at the request of the investor, Mostar-based Kamen-Dent, and the ministry announced that interested individuals and legal entities can submit comments and remarks in writing by September 25.
Earlier this month, the ministry adopted draft energy permits for three other proposed wind farms – Baljci, Orlovača, and Ivovik, according to the ministry’s website.
Baljci will have an installed capacity of 48 MW and projected annual electricity production of 145.7 GWh, while Orlovača’s proposed nameplate capacity is 42.9 MW and its projected annual output 99.6 GWh. Wind farm Ivovik, with an installed capacity of 84 MW, is expected to generate 236.6 GWh of electricity a year.
The investor in the Baljci wind farm is Tomislavgrad-based Tomkup, Orlovača is to be built by HB Wind from Livno, and Ivovik will be developed by Sarajevo-based VE Ivovik.
Early this year, the Government of FBiH gave the initial consent for energy permits for four wind farms, with a total installed capacity of 165.8 MW, including Pakline 2 and Baljci.