Bosnia’s autonomous Serb Republic has rolled out a tender for the construction of a 65 MW solar power project in the south-eastern region of the country. The project will be located near Ljubinje and generate 104 GWh of electricity per year to be sold in the open market. It is estimated to cost 150 million Bosnian marka or about $89.4 million and will cover an area of 80 hectares. The project developer will be responsible for the construction of substations, power units and access roads, the installation of solar panels, inverters and transformers, laying of transmission lines, installation of safety and security systems, etc. In addition, the project operator will hold a 50-year concession to operate the project.