Bosnia’s EP HZHB opens tender for feasibility study for Poklecani wind park project

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SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), June 25 (SeeNews) - Bosnian power utility company Elektroprivreda HZHB (EP HZHB) has launched a tender for drafting a feasibility study for the planned Poklecani wind park project.

The estimated value of the feasibility study contract is 22,000 marka ($12,810/11,250 euro), EP HZHB said in a public invitation published last week.

The study should be drafted within eight months. Interested companies can submit their bids by July 10.

In January 2013, EP HZHB was awarded a concession contract for the project by Bosnia's West Herzegovina Canton.

The wind park of 36 turbines is projected to have installed capacity of 72 to 108 megawatts. It will be built in the Posusje municipality in West Herzegovina.

EP HZHB said back in 2013 it estimated the project would cost 110 million euro ($125 million).

(1 euro = 1.95583 marka)

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