SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), December 19 (SeeNews) – Bosnia's state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda BiH (EPBiH) has launched a tender for works on the implementation of the 48 MW Podvelezje wind park construction project, a tender notice indicated.
The tender envisages the execution and delivery of services divided into three lots, which will be awarded separately, EPBiH said in the tender notice published on Friday.
Lot 1 covers the design, procurement, construction and delivery of 15 wind turbines between 3-3.2 MW, Lot 2 covers the design, procurement, construction and delivery of the substation, while Lot 3 includes the construction of the wind-farm's internal roads and crane platforms.
Currently, EBiH is only tendering for works under Lot 2. The deadline for submission of bids is March 16.
The Podvelezje wind farm has a planned annual production of 115-119 GWh.
The park, to be located in Mostar, will consist of 15 wind turbines for whose supply EPBiH launched a tender in late May.
The project is worth an estimated 162 million euro ($169 million). Germany's KfW has approved a 65 million euro loan for its implementation.
The municipality of Mostar is located in the Federation, one of the two autonomous entities that form Bosnia. The other is the Serb Republic.
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