Permits for 200 kW in solar applied for from Tešanj


February 16, 2016





February 16, 2016




Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina published a notice with a list of nine new requests for issuance of energy permits for the construction of new and reconstruction of existing solar power plants, five of which are from Tešanj, a municipality located in the entity’s north.

TIK d. o. o. Jelah-Tešanj submitted a request for the extension of the permit for the construction of photovoltaic facility TIK 1 with installed nominal capacity of 127 kW and expected annual production of 153.1 MWh. Hifa-Benz d. o. o. Tešanj submitted an application for the extension for solar power plant HB 10-1 with installed nominal capacity of 10 kW and expected annual production of 10.7 MWh. Inter d. o. o. Tešanj filed the same request for Inter In 23-1 with 20 kW and expected output of 24.3 MWh, and Kalim-Profil d. o. o. Tešanj applied for Kalim K23-1 with 22 kW and expected annual generation of 24.4 MWh. Kalim d. o. o. Tešanj asked for energy permit to be extended for the construction of Kalim K23-2, a solar facility planned for 22 kW capacity and annual production of 24.4 MWh.

Other applications came for new permits for future photovoltaic plants in Živinice, Cazin, Mostar and Čitluk with total installed capacity of 66 kW.



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