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EPBiH presents investment plan at Energa conference

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June 9, 2016

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Senad Salkić, chief capital investment officer of state-owned Elektroprivreda Bosne i Hercegovine d. d. (Electric Utility of Bosnia and Herzegovina – EPBiH), participated at a conference on the strategic approach to investing in the country’s energy sector during the Energa international energy fair, held from June 7 to June 9 in Tuzla.

The company stated on its website Salkić presented investment plans for new power generation projects – block 7 at thermoelectric power plant Tuzla, hydropower plant Vranduk, wind park Podveležje and small hydropower plant Neretvica.

EPBiH also plans more projects that are still in the stage of preparing documentation and licensing – hydro facilities Una Kostela-Aneks, Vlašić, Kovanići and Babino Selo, as well as endeavours that are in the development stage – block 8 at thermoelectric power plant Kakanj, wind parks Vlašić and Bitovnja, hydropower systems Ustikolina and Gornja Neretva, the heating systems for thermoelectric power plants Tuzla – Živnice and Kakanj – Sarajevo, and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions at thermal power plants Tuzla and Kakanj.

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