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Ongoing green power projects in worth over EUR 600 million

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February 9, 2016

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The Republic of Srpska, one of two entities comprising Bosnia and Herzegovina, has renewable power plant endeavours in implementation amounting to over EUR 600 million, according to Petar Đokić, minister of industry, energy and mining in the government in Banja Luka.

The most important hydroelectric facilities are Dabar, part of system of Gornji horizonti, worth EUR 180 million, and Mrsovo on Lim river, estimated at EUR 96 million, he told Srna news agency.

The Ulog hydropower plant and six small facilities in the same system on Neretva river are worth EUR 93 million, according to the minister. Three hydroelectric plants on Bistrica river are estimated at EUR 47.6 million, he stated and added that from the 120 small hydro units the most important ones are on Prača river, with an overall value of EUR 30.7 million, and Bočac 2 on Vrbas river, worth EUR 9.2 million. The investment in wind parks Trusina near Nevesinje and Hrgud in Berkovići area is estimated at EUR 138 million, Đokić said.

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