This project provides financing for the establishment of Eko Toplane, a new district heating company that will build, own and operate a 49 MW biomass boiler plant for district heating in the City Of Banja Luka. The Company will also operate the existing district heating network and two smaller biomass boiler plants owned by the City.
Eko Toplane is a new majority privately owned district heating company operating in the City of Banja Luka. The Company is 51 per cent owned by IEE Banja Luka, a private sector sponsor, and the City holds the remaining shares.
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Trg Srpskih Vladara 1 78000 Banja Luka Bosnia and Herzegovina
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