Bosnia: Energy regulatory commission approves revised rulebook on work energy permits

8. December 2014. / SEE Energy News

Regulatory Commission for Energy in the Federation Bosnia and Herzegovina – FERK held its 19th regular session in which the Revised Draft Rulebook on Issuing Work Permits (Licences) for Performing Energy Activities within the Sector of Oil Industry was adopted, considering that the comments of the interested parties after the carried out debates on the Draft Rulebook on Issuing Work Permits (Licences) for Performing Energy Activities within the Sector of Oil Industry were of such nature that certain provisions needed to be substantially changed, i.e. amended, the FERK has announced.

The Draft Rulebook on Amending the Rulebook on the Methodology for Determining the Referential Price of Electricity has also been adopted, by which required amendments have been made to the provisions of the Rulebook on the Methodology for Determining the Reference Price of Electricity, in relation to the period for which the reference price is being determined.

In the session, the FERK has also adopted the Draft Work Permit for Power Generation of the applicant “EKO-SAN“ llc Sarajevo, and the text of the Public Notice on the Submitted Request for Renewing the Work Permit for Power Generation of the applicant “GRID BH“ llc Sarajevo.

FERK will hold public debates on the draft documents, and the interested public can obtain information about the dates of debates and the manner of participation in them from daily press and the web page of FERK.

Contrary to the set licence requirements, “KORLEA“ llc Mostar has not been performing the electric power industry activity for which their work permit – licence was issued, they have not fulfilled the obligation of informing the FERK with respect to performing the activity of second-tier electricity supply, and they have not been paying the regulatory fee, and in addition to the above stated, the FERK has established that, in the Official Gazette of the Federation BiH number 82/14, the Decision of the Municipal Court in Mostar was published so as to determine the requirements for opening bankruptcy proceedings upon the request of “KORLEA“ llc Mostar. Thereby, conditions have been fulfilled for revoking the licence in accordance with the Rulebook on Issuing Permits and the Electricity Law in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

FERK has adopted the text of the misdemeanour report form approved by the Federal Ministry of Law, and the decisions on consumer complaints, it has been stated in the notice.

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