Tendering process open for hydro plant Bočac 2 construction


May 12, 2015





May 12, 2015




Company Hidroelektrane na Vrbasu (HEV) a. d. Mrkonjić Grad, hydropower plant operator from the west of Republic of Srpska entity, published a tender for the construction of Bočac 2 facility on Vrbas river.

The estimated value of the construction works project is BAM 17 million (EUR 8.7 million), while the overall expenses, according to earlier announcements, are BAM 40 million. The power plant should be operational by the end of next year and it is supposed to be built on the compensation lake, 7.3 kilometers downstream from the original plant. Its projected capacity is 10 MW which makes it a mini power plant, HEV’s press release said. Bočac 1 was built from 1976 to 1981. It has an installed capacity of 110 MW.

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