Russias RusHydro plans to build hydropower plants in Bosnia.

By bne IntelliNews April 6, 2012
Bosnias Serb Republic has adopted a decision to sign aan agreement on cooperation with Russias RusHydro, the Republics government said in a statement following its regular weekly meeting. The statement added that RusHydro has expressed interest to invest in renewable energy projects, mainly in the construction of hydropower plants at free locations across the Republic. RusHydro is one of Russias leading power generators with an installed capacity of 34.9 GW. The Russian state owns 58% of the company as of April 1, 2011, while the remainder belongs to small shareholders.
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