Bosnian region grants concession deal for 73 MW solar power plant

The government of Bosnia will sign a concession deal with majority state-run power utility ERS to build and operate a 72.92 MW capacity solar plant in the southern town of Trebinje.

With an estimated annual production of 108.7 GWh of electricity per year, the Trebinje 1 plant would be the country’s largest so far. ERS will hold a 50 year concession to operate the plant, which is expected to cost around 100.75 million Bosnian marka ($60.3 million). The plant will be built within 24 months after the concession takes effect.


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