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Refurbishment of Rama hydropower plant

Description

The project was designed to refurbish the Rama hydropower plant (HPP), which has an installed capacity of 160 MW and average annual power production (2015–2018) of 664 GWh per year, making it one of the largest hydropower plants in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BaH). As part of the project, the Rama hydropower plant’s turbines, generators and transformers were refurbished or replaced and the power plant’s substation was expanded. The project’s measures included the installation of a new turbine runner, the refurbishment of two existing runners, the refurbishment of the generator stand, an increase to the generators’ output from 90 to 100 MVA, the installation of two new block transformers, and the expansion of the power plant’s high-voltage substation to include two new switch panels.

Overall rating: 2

Is based on:

Relevance: 2
Effectiveness: 2
Efficiency: 2
Impact: 2
Sustainability: 2

Evaluation criteria & rating scale

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Country:Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sector:Energy
Budget funds : 7.000.000 €
Total funds :17.000.000 €
Year of project completion:
2017

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