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Mayor of Ključ talked to potential investors in hydropower

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April 8, 2015

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Representatives of German company Max Acher visited Una–Sana Canton in March and expressed their desire to invest in that part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, particularly in the municipality of Ključ, its mayor Nedžad Zukanović told Faktor.ba portal, Sarajevo Times reported.

“They are interested in investing in the energy sector, particularly for the construction of small hydropower plants (SHPPs) that we have already set out in the spatial plan of the municipality of Ključ. Specifically, we planned construction of three hydropower plants within our municipality, which now await the procedures for completion,” he said.

Una–Sana Canton and the municipality must participate in making decisions related to these projects of up to 5 MW each on Sana river, Zukanović added. He said building one would cost BAM 15 million (EUR 7.67 million).

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