Bosnia’s ASA Group plans to construct two photo voltaic crops in Bosanski Petrovac

SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), September 23 (SeeNews) – Bosnia’s diversified group ASA, by its power arm ASA Energija, intends to construct two photovoltaic (PV) energy crops with a mixed put in capability of 8 MW in Bosanski Petrovac, the federal government of the Una-Sana canton stated.

ASA Group has submitted a request for a allow to construct the ASA L1 and ASA L2 photo voltaic crops, with a capability of 4 MW every, the Una-Sana cantonal authorities stated in a press launch on Thursday.

ASA Energija has already obtained an power manufacturing allow from the federal government of Bosnia’s Federation, in line with the press launch.

The worth of the funding was not disclosed.

The Una-Sana canton is one in all ten cantons forming the Federation, one in all two autonomous entities forming Bosnia and Herzegovina. The opposite one is the Serb Republic.

ASA Group contains some 20 firms lively in consulting, advertising and marketing and monetary companies in addition to imports and sale of motor autos and auto components.

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