Miljevina power station
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Miljevina power station is a proposed 220-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The map below shows the city of Miljevina, the approximate location where the plant would be built.
In 2010 Bosnia’s Serb Republic was holding talks with three potential strategic partners for the construction of a power plant near the Miljevina coal mine in an attempt to restart the mine. Potential investors included Hungarian investors and Russian businessman Oleg Burlakov. All coal for the thermal power plant would be provided by the mine.
A 2014 listing of potential power projects in Bosnia lists the Miljevina coal mine but not the power station.
- Parent company:
- Location: Miljevina, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Coordinates: 43.518304, 18.652091 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled 
- Gross Capacity:
- Unit 1: 110 MW
- Unit 2: 110 MW
- Type: Supercritical
- Projected in service:
- Coal Type: Lignite
- Coal Source: Miljevina coal mine
- Source of financing:
Articles and Resources
- "Three Interested in Building Power Plant near Bosnia's Miljevina Brown Coal Mine," The Corporate Wire, April 12, 2010.
- "Bosnia and Herzegovina Energy Sector," Foreign Investment Promotion Agency, 2014
- There has been no publicly avaliable information about development of this project since 2010.