CSCEC builds diversion power stations in Central and Eastern Europe
- The Dabar Hydropower Station Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a major strategic project
- Dabar Hydropower Station Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina promotes local economic development and prosperity in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Dabar Hydropower Station in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a typical water diversion power station built by China Energy Construction Gezhouba Group. It consists of a barrage, flood discharge, water diversion, power generation and other buildings. It has an installed capacity of 159.15 MW and a total project cost of approximately 1.7 billion yuan. After the hydropower station is completed, it will effectively alleviate the regional power shortage problem, promote local economic and social development, and contribute to Bosnia and Herzegovina's energy security and green transformation.
The Dabar Hydropower Station project is a major strategic project for the people's livelihood in the Republika Srpska of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It will drive the intensive development of supporting production activities such as processing industry, tourism, fishery, agriculture, etc., create more employment opportunities for Bosnia and Herzegovina, and boost local economic development. Prosperity benefits the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On June 23, 2023, the Dabar Hydropower Station held a groundbreaking ceremony, marking the official start of the largest hydropower station project under construction by Chinese-funded enterprises in Central and Eastern Europe. Prime Minister of the Republika Srpska of Bosnia and Herzegovina Radovan Vishkovic and other dignitaries attended the groundbreaking ceremony. Editor/GaoLiMei
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