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TENDERING: Mesihovina wind farm maintenance

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April 11, 2020

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Public power utility Elektroprivreda Hrvatske Zajednice Herceg Bosne (EPHZHB) has launched a tender for the maintenance of the Mesihovina wind farm, the first such facility in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The deadline for the submission of bids is May 27, according to the public procurement notice.

The municipality of Tomislavgrad is defined as the destination for the delivery of goods and the location of sought services and works, while the period of maintenance is 36 months.

The estimated value of the contract, excluding value-added tax, is BAM 9.36 million (EUR 4.78 million).

Mesihovina, with an installed capacity of 50.6 MW, was formally connected to the grid in March 2018.

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