Una–Sana Canton prioritizes investment in efficiency


April 25, 2015





April 25, 2015




Tamir Nuhić, minister for construction, spatial planning and the environment of Una–Sana Canton of western Bosnia, said the authorities plan to work on energy efficiency measures on seven objects in the territory, in a BAM 1 million (EUR 511,000 project) with municipalities and the United Nations Development Programme, reported.

„Currently we spend BAM 8.7 million a year for the heating of the rooms in objects the cantonal authorities are responsible for, and it’s still a question if the end-users are pleased“, Nuhić said.

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