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Projects of renewable energy presented to journalists PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 09 September 2011 00:00

bihacenergijaBihać - On Friday, September 9th, 2011 , in Economic Council of USK, Representatives of WeBSEFF program of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development(EBRD) in cooperation with The Association of BH Journalists presented credit line, worth 60 million Euros, for projects of renewable energy in Western Balkans(WeBSEFF program).

The representatives emphasized that the energy production out of a renewable sources is still in the process in B&H and that this topic still does not have the attention it deserves in B&H media and public.

"The credit line of WeBSEFF program provides financial help up to 2million Euros for local companies interested in modernization projects, which saves significant amounts of energy, enabling these companies to repay the credit in less than five years. The credits are available to be taken through two local banks. Many successful companies in B&H have already seized this offer and gained multiple benefits. Investments in the renewable energy result in a significant energy savings, profit increases and environmental protection.", said Lena Bratić, WeBSEFF program coordinator.

In order to bring closer the theme of renewable energy to journalists and public, apart from the presentations for journalists that shall be held in major B&H cities, the WeBSEFF program representatives have announced the competition for best article on this topic in Bihać. Best articles will be awarded with the money prize of 1000 and 500euros. The article should contain at least 200 letters and be published until November 15th , 2011. The deadline for this article to be delivered is November 25th, 2011. The award ceremony will be held in December 2011. The presentation of WeBSEFF project and journalist article competition will also be held this month in Tuzla, Brčko, Mostar and Banja Luka. For more information check the link


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