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Work starts on 45 MW of solar in Bosnia

Bosnia’s Foreign Investment Promotion Agency said it has successfully pitched the municipality of Grude to Norwegian renewables developer Greenstat.

Bosnian Serb republic to introduce net metering for residential PV

Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske (ERS), a utility in the Republic of Srpska – one of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina – will introduce a net-metering scheme for residential PV before the end of this year.


China holds the key to cancelling half the world’s new coal project plans

With pressure mounting on the world’s governments to turn their back on the fossil fuel, China and peers in South East Asia, Europe and South Asia could help deliver a coal-free future at the COP26 climate summit planned in Glasgow in November.

Bosnian utility seeks proposals for solar, wind, hydropower plants

Bosnian utility JP Elektroprivreda aims to buy operational facilities exceeding 1 MW in size.

Republika Srpska launches tender for 60 MW PV project

The Ministry of Energy of Republika Srpska is seeking proposals for its first large-scale PV project. The solar park is planned to be located in Bileća, in Bosnia’s southernmost part.

Republika Srpska to tender 100 MW PV project

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s second-largest utility, Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske (ERS), is planning the $75.7 million project. The region’s first solar park will be built near Trebinje, in Republika Srpska.


EBRD urges Western Balkans to replace 18 GW of coal with renewables

The EBRD has released a brief urging Western Balkan countries to both replace their aging lignite coal generation capacity with renewables, and to rethink their 18 GW plans for new coal capacity. While the region offers favorable conditions for various types of renewable generation, it has been slow on the uptake to date.

Balkan update: Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina ready for their biggest PV projects, Macedonia inaugurates first module fab

With Republika Srpska, one of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, announcing a tender to build a 65 MW solar PV plant; Croatia planning a 6.5 MW solar PV installation, to be built on the Island of Cres; and Macedonia welcoming its first solar panel manufacturing plant, capable of producing 20 MW annually – it has been a busy period for the small solar markets in the Balkans.


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