Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ljubuski municipality seeks investors for 3 MW solar power plant

, SEE Energy News

The Ljubuski municipality in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) is seeking investors for the construction of solar power plant.

The municipality is offering a 30-year concession contract for the construction of 3 MW solar power plant on the municipality’s land (some 3 hectares). Starting monthly concession fee is set to around 300 euros.

The public call is open until 8 February.

Solar generation is still in its infancy in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Last year, the Government of the Republic of Srpska (RS) signed a concession agreement with EFT Group on the construction of 50 MW solar power plant near Bileca. State-owned power utility ERS is also planning to build a largescale solar power plant near Trebinje, but recently downscaled the project’s output from 100 to 73 MW.