Bosnia’s govt adopts country’s first energy efficiency plan 12/06/2017 | By Gergana Bencheva, EMIS Editor

Measures expected to create conditions for new investments in Sarajevo’s energy sector

Bosnia's government has adopted the country's first energy efficiency action plan comprising measures for a boost of efficiency in a number of fields, including electricity and energy production, BBJ reported.

The action plan covers the period 2016-2018, the country’s Council of Ministers said in a statement, underlining that the move was taken in line with Sarajevo's obligations as a member of the Energy Community.

Also, the document specifies new measures in areas such as transmission and distribution of electricity and gas.

The implementation of all the measures is expected to create conditions for new investments in the area that would help Bosnia and Herzegovina secure a better position on Europe’s energy map, BBJ noted.

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Original source: BBJ - Energy Today
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