Bosnia and Herzegovina, F.L. Wind is planning to build a wind farm and a solar power plant, SEE Energy News
According to Bosnian media, local company F.L. Wind is planning to build a wind farm and a solar power plant, projects with combined cost of some 120 million euros.
Minister of Energy, Mining and Industry of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) Nermin Dzindic said that the company will invest some 100 million euros in the construction of 72.6 MW wind farm Tusnica and about 20 million euros in the construction of 23 MW solar power plant Zvizdan. Both facilities should be put into operation by the end of 2023.
F.L. Wind is owned by local aluminium structures manufacturer FEAL and already operates 26 MW Jelovaca wind farm in Bosnia and Herzegovina (launched in 2019).
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