British company Kermas will invest around 150 million KM in construction of the first wind farm in Srpska, on Trusina mountain near Nevesinje.
The company, which enegages in energy, is owned by Serbian businessman Danko Koncar who has lives and worked in London for several decades.
The wind farm will generate about 160,000 megawatt-hours of electricity annually, which meant that the first wind farm in Srpska will supply about 40,000 households.
Civil works for the construction of the wind farm, for whose construction the company Eol Prvi from Nevesinje is responsible, already started last year, but the planned deadline, according to the concession agreement, will be extended until the end of next year because of the unwillingness of Elektroprenos (Transco) to connect the wind farm to the network before this deadline.
According to the Energy Development Strategy in RS by 2030, the most promising area for construction of wind farms is east Herzegovina, the area from Kalinovik to Trebinje.