Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Balkanenergy Wind to build 60 MW wind farm in Bosnia

BOSNIA: The regional authorities of Herzeg-Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina) have issued a license for the construction of the 60MW Mucevaca Wind Park.

The license has been awarded to local company Balkanenergy Wind for the development of a wind park some 2.9 km east of Livno, in the west of the country.  

The development would cover an area of 6,671 km2. 30 Enercon E-82 wind turbines with a unit power of 2 MW would be installed on the land. The project also includes the construction of a 110/35/10 kV transformer station.

Croatian consultancy company Vran-Dukic completed the Feasibility study on the economic and financial aspects of the project and was also responsible for identifying the macro location.

Also in Livno, state-owned power company Elektroprivreda HZ HB has started work on the Mesihovina Wind Park, made up of 22 wind turbines with unit power of 2-3 MW. The project will have a capacity of 44-66 MW.

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