Long-term investment in the energy sector in BH working status

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Dr.SC.Ismet Hadžiosmanović dipl.el.ing.
Dr.SC. Edin Rizvanović dipl.iur
Mr.sc.Džemal Hadžiosmanović dipl.el.ing.
Mr.SC.Jasmin Jaganjac
Kerim Hadžiosmanović dipl.ing.maš.
Limes Co. d.o.o.
Dr. Ante Starčevića 13/II, 88000
Mostar, BiH
Tel/Fax: ++387 36 347 883
Email:
[email protected]
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This project needs to present a status position of Bosnia and Herzegovina after the signing
of the Agreement Establishing the Electric Power Board of southeastern Europe.
This Agreement has realized the demands that are conditional to Bosnia and Herzegovina
met the requirements for the signing of the Treaty establishing the Electric Power Board of
southeastern Europe.
After signing the contract I took over all the obligations to use power status equal member of
the community.
In this way, BH has created the conditions to invest in the energy sector under the rules of
functioning of the electricity boards.
Accordingly, we believe that any potential investors from Europe and especially from
countries that do not belong to the EU, the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina needs
to make the advantages of investing in the energy sector interpreting rules and obligations
relating to the suitability of investment in its energy sector.
Timely informed potential investors for investment in the energy sector in BH will acquire
substantially more confidence and long-term The quality of lying in the energy sector.
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Conditions conducted by the signing of the Agreement on the Establishment of electricity
boards for South Eastern Europe.
Gross obligations relating to the following conditions:
Edited and established a public function of the Competition Council of BH
Organized a public function of the Independent Operator NOS.
Organized by the State Regulatory Agency SERC.
Organized by the state-run company Transmission Company, which has the most important
function for the transmission system network, ensuring the quality of electricity exchanges
within Bosnia and Herzegovina and to the Member States of the Community.
Established the Regulatory Agency for Electricity in the Serbian Republic and the
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Established a register of qualified buyers who use the mechanisms of the liberalization of
purchasing electricity for each year in the best bidder.
Established in the relevant electricity market
Established the mechanism of functioning of the electricity market by the "principle of offer regulation - demand for electricity."
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TITLE I determined according to
the Treaty requires:
A stable regulatory system ;
A single energy space ;
Security of supply;
Environmental protection;
The development of
competition.
TITLE II.
Title II., Among other rules
highlights the significance of the
following conditions:
Law on Electricity;
The Environmental Protection
Act ;
Law on Renewable resources;
Legislation on development.
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TITLE III.
Title III., In addition to other
rules highlights the significance
of the following conditions;
mechanisms of action ;
Security of supply ;
Renewable ;
safety nets .
TITLE IV.
Title IV., In addition to other
important rules also emphasizes
the significance of the following
conditions;
The creation of a single market
Inside politics
foreign policy
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TITLE V
Title V also specifically emphasizes the organization of the Community, namely:
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Institutions Electric Power Board
The Ministerial Council
Standing Group on the highest level
Regional Board
Forum
Secretariat in Vienna
(Annex I, II., III., And especially ANNEX Contribution EEC Budget.
Albania
0,10 %
Macedonia
Bulgaria
0,10%
0,1 %
CRO
Romania
0,70%
0,1 %
Serbia
2,00%
BH 0,1 %
MNE
0,1 %
Kosovo
0,10%
EU
94,90%

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