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Goražde solar project expands soon, investor says

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April 4, 2015

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After a 670 panels unit in the village of Bujaci was finished a year ago, a five times larger solar power project is underway near Goražde, entrepreneur Azem Bujak told Klix.ba portal.

He had said existing capacity was 200 MWh per year, enough for powering 100 local households in the underdeveloped area.

“We received a construction permit and all we need now is the energy consent. The plan is to place 3,200 new panels. I expect that the contractors will be on the field soon, and by the end of the year all the panels should be in their place,” Bujak added, Sarajevo Times reports.

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