Bosnia and Herzegovina: Summary

Updated: 07.02.2017

Author: Ivana Naydenova

Since the Dayton Agreement from 1995 the country is largely decentralized and is constituted of the two entities “Federation of Bosnia and Hercegovina” (Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine) and the “Republika Srpska”. The promotion of renewable energy sources is regulated on the entity level.

In the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the production of electricity from renewable energy sources is mainly promoted through a feed-in tariff.

In the Republika Srpska, the production of electricity from renewable energy sources is mainly promoted through a feed-in tariff.

Renewable energy matters are regulated in special provisions; however the connection to the grid is basically regulated by the general legislation. Electricity from renewable energy sources is given priority.

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