In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the electric power generation is subject to two main sources of energy – thermal and hydro power plants.

  • Current operational capacity of thermal power plants: 2156 MW
  • Active hydro capacities: 2180.24 MW
  • Active wind capacities: 0.3 MW
  • Active solar capacities: 14 MW
  • Active Biogas capacities: 1 MW

Source: Energy Community

Electricity losses in transmission grid for 2016 are at 1.7%.

Electricity losses in the distribution for 2016 grid are at 10.3 % or 1024.8 GWh of total distribution demand.

Source: State Electricity Regulatory Commission SERC

Gas production capacity - 0 %

Crude oil imports - 100 %.

Oil products constitute 19 % of the total primary energy supply in the country. (2013)

Source: State Electricity Regulatory Commission SERC

For Bosnia and Herzegovina, in 2016:

the net imports represented 3145 GWh

the net exports represented 6788 GWh

Source: Energy Community

(the latest official data are those that State Agency for Statistics published in 2013, which is Energy Community using still too)

Primary energy products available (in ktoe)

Source: State Electricity Regulatory Commission SERC

Source: State Electricity Regulatory Commission SERC

Source: State Electricity Regulatory Commission SERC

16,509
3,145
6,788
12,865
1.7%
10.3%
75.1%
6,669
4,733
2,156
2,150.44

Source: Energy Community

Mandatory target for RES by 2020: This target is participation with 41% of energy from RES in the final gross consumption of energy.

Sources: Regulatory Commission for Energy in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina / Regulatory Commission for Energy of Republic of Srpska

As a signatory of the Energy Community Treaty, Bosnia and Herzegovina is committed to meet the savings target of 9 % or around 298 ktoe, by 2018.

Source: Energy Community

Greenhouse gas emissions in Bosnia and Herzegovina are around 27,22 tons of CO2 equivalent.

Source: Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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