Edison SpA interested in renewable energy sources


July 18, 2015





July 18, 2015




After the meeting with energy minister of the Republic of Srpska Petar Đokić in the entity’s capital city Banja Luka, Irene Salerno from Italy’s Edison SpA said the company is interested in investing in green energy projects with a capacity of over 20 MW. The Edison’s regional manager added the enterprise is interested in starting venture projects with the Power Utility of the Republic of Srpska (ERS).

„We want to focus on the construction of facilities for the generation of power from renewable sources and we are interested to employ all potentials through good energy projects“, Đokić said. He told Salerno and Ian Brown, head of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s office in Bosnia and Herzegovina, that the entity’s energy development strategy until 2030 includes investments of EUR 6 billion, adding that Srpska is open for projects. Brown said the EBRD is ready to support ERS and Edison’s common energy projects, Government of Srpska said on its website.

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