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Regulatory permits for mini PV and hydro projects in FBiH

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April 14, 2015

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Regulatory Commission for Energy in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the country’s two entities, decided to grant permission to DF ’Gradnja’ Konjic and BEA Tešanj to generate electric power for five and ten years, respectively.

’Gradnja’ applied for 808 kW ’Duboki potok’ small hydropower plant, with a capacity of 3.58 GWh per year, and BEA for its 20 kW AC (23 kWp DC) PV unit named BE.23-1, with a planned generation of 25.1 MWh per year.

The regulator approved the draft permit for the mini solar plant SE ’Vedo 1’ from Ilijaš of 12.5 kW installed capacity and potential generation of 14.97 MWh per year.

The commission also recognized the application from OPES Sarajevo to be valid, as it wants to produce power in the 34 kW photovoltaic plant of ’Dragovići 1’ in the municipality of Foča-Ustikolina. The unit has a planned generation of 35.33 MWh per year.

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