Bosnia and Herzegovina: Ivan Sedlo wind farm to be transferred to an unnamed third party, SEE Energy News
Earlier this week, CEO of Suzlon Wind Energy BH Samir Dzaferbegovic said that, the construction of Ivan Sedlo wind farm will start in August and, if everything goes according to plan, the wind farm could be put into operation in 2023. Indian wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon Energy said that it has signed an annex to the concession agreement for Ivan Sedlo wind farm with the Government of Sarajevo Canton, according to which it will transfer the project’s development rights to an unnamed investor.
The annex to 30 million euros agreement, signed last week, also decreased the number of wind turbines from twelve to five, keeping the original installed capacity of 25 MW. In 2018, the Sarajevo Cantonal Government has granted a concession to Suzlon Wind Energy BiH for the construction of Ivan Sedlo wind farm near the town of Hadzici. The project originally envisaged the installation of 12 wind turbines in Hadzici municipality with combines installed capacity of 25.2 MW. Dzaferbegovic said in 2018 that the location at Ivan Sedlo was selected because of good climate for investors in Hadzici municipality and Sarajevo Canton as well. The measurements, performed at three micro locations, have shown that the average speed of wind is 7.7 m/s, which makes the site convenient for wind farms. Total investment in the development of this project so far amounts to about one million euros, while the procurement of equipment and the construction of infrastructure would amount up to 30.5 million euros. After obtaining all the necessary permits, the wind farm could be built within a year.
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