Bosnia and Herzegovina, Herzeg- Bosnia Canton seeks concessionaire for 80 MW wind farm project, SEE Energy News
The Government of the Herzeg-Bosnia Canton has launched a tender for the selection of a concessionaire for the construction of 80 MW wind farm Ljubusa near Tomislavgrad.
Last month, the Government of the Herzeg-Bosnia Canton signed a 30-year concession agreement with local company Concordia for the construction of a 29.9 MW wind farm. The wind farm will be built in the municipality of Tomislavgrad at Galecic locality. The investor will have to pay one-time concession fee in the amount of some 7,000 euros, as well as an annual concession fee equal to 1.75 % of the gross income generated by the wind farm.
It also said that it is planning to launch a tender for the selection of the concessionaires for the construction of several solar power plants with combined installed capacity of 100 MW. The plan envisages the construction of four solar power plants, each with installed capacity of 25 MW, which should be built in the vicinity of the city of Livno.
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