Croatian group DIV from Samobor announced it is building the largest wind farm in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
According to the Croatian business newspaper Lider, wind farm would be built next to Tomislavgrad, and the construction should start next year.
Group DIV, which is mostly engaged in shipbuilding and the production of screws, worked to the pillars of wind farms and other parts would be responsible partners with which have not yet signed agreements.
Plan DIV group is to market and position itself as a producer of electricity from renewable energy sources and energy from multigenerational plant (electricity, heat, cooling) to natural gas.
The plan of the Group up to 2017 in Croatia and countries in the region to install wind farms with a total capacity of 400 MW to 600 MW, with a tendency to increase investment in the expansion of existing sites and new capacity in the onshore and offshore locations.
DIV group is owned by the screw factory in Samobor and Knin and shipyard Brodosplit in Split, and has manufacturing facilities in Serbia, as well as representative offices in the EU and Bosnia and Herzegovina.