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Construction of New CHP Plant in Zenica Starts, Completion Expected By End of 2020

Balkan Green Energy News Summary New combined heat and power (CHP) plant Toplana Zenica, expected to start operation in 2021, will eliminate the use of coal for district heating and utilize waste gases from the ArcelorMittal Zenica steel plant, it was said during the official start of the...

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What Exactly can Authorities in Bosnia-Herzegovina do to Decrease Air Pollution?

Sarajevo Times Summary Addressing air pollution effectively in BiH will require policy, institutional, and investment interventions in various sectors, including residential and transport whose activities affect air quality. Some interventions that the government may consider include the...

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UN Environment fights to cut cooling and heating emissions

UN Environment Summary Cooling and heating are—for those lucky enough to have them—a lifesaver, keeping children healthy, vaccines stable, food fresh, energy supplies stable, economies productive and environments clean. But there is a cruel irony at play. Cooling and heating systems...

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EBRD mulls lending 41 mln euro for construction of CHP plant in Bosnia

EBRD, See News Summary SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), October 2 (SeeNews) - The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is considering the provision of a 41 million euro ($47.2 million) senior loan to Bosnia's Toplana Zenica for the construction of a combined heat and power...

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Bosnia and Herzegovina turns up the heat with biomass

Priyanka Shrestha, Energy Live News Summary A renewable power plant made up of 10 biomass boilers will heat homes and businesses in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city of Banja Luka has secured loans worth €8.4 million (£7.5bn) from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development ...