Norwegian technology introduces coal substitute in BiH for pilot project implemented at TPP Tuzla

Norwegian company GEIA AS, in collaboration with JP Elektroprivreda BiH, has announced the signing of a contract to implement a pilot project for testing a Norwegian revolutionary technology. This technology is specifically designed to directly replace coal, marking a significant milestone in transitioning from polluting coal to sustainable biomass as a reliable and environmentally friendly source of energy. The pilot project will be carried out at the largest coal-fired thermal power plant in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In addition to the considerable reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, the establishment of state-of-the-art production facilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina will create numerous new job opportunities in the future-oriented industry. The initiative has already generated interest among Norwegian investors, who recognize the potential for sound and sustainable investments in renewable energy production in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

To commemorate the signing of the agreement, representatives from the Norwegian Embassy, led by Ambassador Olav Reinertsen, will visit the Tuzla Thermal Power Plant on June 20. The embassy states that this event marks the beginning of a fruitful and long-term cooperation between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Norway in the fight against greenhouse gas emissions.

The Norwegian Embassy in BiH expresses its anticipation for close cooperation with JP Elektroprivreda BiH and other relevant stakeholders to ensure the successful implementation of the pilot project. They firmly believe that their technology, developed in Norway, will contribute to expediting the transition to cleaner energy and reducing the reliance on coal in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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