Bosnia’s EP HZHB opens 4.8 mln euro tender for Mesihovina wind farm maintenance
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Bosnian power utility company Elektroprivreda HZHB (EP HZHB) said it has launched a tender for maintenance services for the Mesihovina wind farm for a period of 36 months, estimated at 9.4 million marka ($5.2 million/4.8 million euro).
The deadline for submitting offers is May 27, according to a tender notice published on the company's website on Monday.
The construction of the 50.6 MW Mesihovina wind farm cost 82 million euro, with 72 million euro secured through a loan from Germany's development bank KfW.
The wind farm's cornerstone was laid in 2010 and it was commissioned in March 2018.
It generated more than 232 GWh of electricity from March 2018 until the end of October 2019.
Elektroprivreda HZHB, the smallest of the three Bosnian state-owned power utilities, is based in the Federation, one of two autonomous entities forming Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other one is the Serb Republic.