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Shower of requests for energy permits for PV power plants in BiH

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January 10, 2017

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Federal Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) announced that 14 companies filed requests for energy permits. The investors request new energy permits or the renewal of existing ones which are needed for the solar photovoltaic (PV) power plants construction.

As reported on the website of the Ministry, the general public and interested parties can inspect the applications for energy permits in the premises of the ministry. Written comments and objections may be submitted for each individual project until January 20.

Companies that have submitted applications for energy permits are:

  1. ENERGOSOL Ltd. Stolac – the construction of the solar PV power plant Pješivac 3 with the installed capacity of 150 kW and the projected annual production of 221 MWh;
  2. HE Energy Ltd. Stolac – the construction of the solar PV power plant HE ENERGY 2 with the installed capacity of 150 kW and the projected annual production of 228.92 MWh;
  3. ENERGIJA HODOVO Ltd. Sarajevo – the construction of the solar PV power plant ENERGIJA HODOVO 2 with the installed capacity of 150 kW and the projected annual production of 198.315 MWh;
  4. ROYAL HUBL Ltd. Sarajevo – the construction of the solar PV power plant ROYAL HUBL with the installed capacity of 149 kW and the projected annual production of 198.855 MWh;
  5. AN & AD doo Sarajevo – the construction of the solar PV power plant AN & AD with the installed capacity of 149 kW and the projected annual production of 198.855 MWh;
  6. KAPITALIS Ltd. Sarajevo – the construction of the solar PV power plant KAPITALIS with the installed capacity of 149 kW and the projected annual production of 198.855 MWh;
  7. BL COMMERCE Ltd. Sarajevo – the construction of the solar PV power plant BREGAVA with the installed capacity of 149.6 kW and the projected annual production of 228.942 MWh;
  8. ELEKTRO-SOLAR Suljanović Fehim, Sanski Most – the construction of the solar PV power plant F.S. Sanski Most with the installed capacity of 20 kW and the projected annual production of 27,141 MWh;

Companies that have submitted applications for the renewal of existing energy permits are:

  1. SOLAR INVEST Ltd. Konjic – the construction of the solar PV power plant SOLAR INVEST with the installed capacity of 150 kW and the projected annual production of 200 MWh;
  2. MARSS Ltd. Mostar – the construction of the solar PV power plant MARSS with the installed capacity of 150 kW and the projected annual production of 250 MWh;
  3. MPB Solar Ltd. Mostar – the construction of the solar PV power plant MPB Stolac with the installed capacity of 150 kW and the projected annual production of 220 MWh;
  4. BKS Solar Ltd. Mostar – the construction of the solar PV power plant BKS Stolac of the installed capacity of 150 kW and the projected annual production of 220 MWh;
  5. ECO ENERGY Ltd. Gračanica – the construction of the solar PV power plant ECO ENERGY 1 with the installed capacity of 150 kW and the projected annual production of 187 MWh;
  6. ANAREA Ltd. Mostar – the construction of the solar PV power plant ANAREA 1 with the installed capacity of 150 kW and the projected annual production of 187 MWh.

All investors provided all the necessary documentation and the Ministry confirmed that the submitted applications are complete.

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