Reservoir Advances Construction Permitting for Brodarevo

hydropower Brodarevo project

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May 6, 2015






May 6, 2015





Brodarevo hydropower projects on the Lim river in Serbia’s southwestern region secured several positive opinions from relevant authorities, Reservoir Capital Corp. said.

State-controlled institutions that issued the documents included the transmission company Elektromreža Srbije (opinion and conditions for the connection of Brodarevo 1 and 2 to the transmission network), water management company Srbijavode (opinion on the technical documentation for the construction of Brodarevo 1 and 2 and on the technical documentation for the relocation of parts of the M-21 highway between Mijoska village and Montenegrin border), the National Water Directorate (for water requirements for construction of facilities and relocation of parts of the highway), Serbian Railways (technical requirements for the construction of the two hydro plants), and the Institute for Nature Conservation of Serbia.

Reservoir Capital said in mid-March that the Ministry of Mining and Energy has granted the location permit for the company’s 33.1 MW Brodarevo 2 project.

The permit is valid for one year and allows the company to undertake preparatory work on the project, encompassing the temporary passage over the river, site access roads and river diversion.

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