A new hydropower project was launched in bosnia

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Unformatted text preview: Norwegian hydropower 37 38 Energi21. Available on: <www.energi21.no> Sverre Gotaas, Statkraft, Energy 21, February 6, 2008. Available on: <www.aftenbladet.no/energi/fornybar/article591490.ece>. 39 Available on: <www.vindkraft.no/vindkraftmyter/>. 40 “Havmøllen som slepes til kais” (“Sea windmill sent to quays”), February 6, 2008. Available on: <aftenbladet.no/energi/fornybar/article591492.ece>. 34 © Ifri F. Harbo / The European Gas and Oil Market stations, three wind parks and a new gas power station beginning in autumn 2008. Its latest projects are oriented towards southeastern Europe. A new hydropower project was launched in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Statkraft Western Balkans was formally established in 2007 and officially opened in Serbia on January 31, 2008. The necessity for energy in the region is greatly increasing and at the same time the hydropower potential is quite significant. Statkraft also signed a contract with the government of the Republic Srpaka in Bosnia-Herzegovina concerning major cooperation in the energy sector. Four hydroelectric power stations...
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