Danish developer to construct wind farm in Bosnia

European Energy and the Danish state's Investment Fund for Developing Countries will spend EUR 65 million on the installation of a 48 MW wind farm and the option for one more.

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Bosnia is on its way to become a wind farm nation. The former Yugoslavian republic plans to expand wind capacity from the current 0 MW to 500 MW over coming years.

European Energy will partake in this endeavor with the new project Plocno of 48 MW, reports Reuters.

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