Hydro Power Round Table for investors, companies and experts

Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining of Republic of Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina) will present 18 available projects with installed power between 13 MW up to 160MW at Hydro Power Investor Round Table, 2nd of November 2017 at Hotel San (Terme Laktasi).
Also, international and regional companies are going to have opportunity to present their technologies and good practices in the field of hydropower to the local experts.
Republic of Srpska is among the areas rich in hydro energy potential. The total technically exploitable hydro energy potential of Republic of Srpska amounts about 3200 MW of installed Energy Strategy of Republic of Srpska up to 2030 capacity and 9500 GWh/year of average annual electricity production.
About 2420 GWh/year of this potential is used. Energy potential of locations with predictable installed capacity below 0.5 MW (micro and mini hydro power plants) is not explored in details in the Republic of Srpska.
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