Bosnia and Herzegovina: Wind farm Pakline 2 gets draft energy permit, SEE Energy News
The project for the construction of 48 MW wind farm Pakline 2, developed by local company Kamen-Dent has received a draft energy permit from the Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH).
According to the Ministry, estimated annual generation of Pakline 2 wind farm is around 154 GWh of electricity. Earlier this month, the Ministry issued draft energy permits for another three wind farm projects in the Federation – 48 MW Baljci, 42.9 MW Orlovaca and 84 MW Ivovik wind farm.
All these projects are developed by local companies: investor in wind farm Baljci is Tomkup, VE Ivovik in Ivovik wind farm and HB Wind in Orlovaca wind farm.
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