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Sanski Most to host country’s first MW-size PV plant

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March 26, 2015

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Mustafa Avagić, Sanski Most municipality head, told local Hronika Sana web TV programme, the largest solar power plant in the country would be built in Bosanski Milanovac.

Austrian company my-PV implements the project with the capacity of over 1 MW, 20 kilometers from the municipal seat, and the cantonal Ministry of Construction, Spatial Planning and the Environment issued its permit, other media reported.

Now the approval for construction is expected for the system on almost 7 hectares, Avagić said, adding that one of the investors is Sadmir Omić from Prijedor, residing in Austria.

The company is a partner in the construction of a solar power plant in Hodovo near Stolac, worth BAM 20 million (EUR 10.22 million).

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