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Elektroprivreda Bosne i Hercegovine

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Type  Public
Key people  Bajazit Jašarević, GM
Headquarters  Sarajevo
Industry  Energy
Products  Electricity
Founded  30 August 1945
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Predecessor  Electric Utility Company of BiH "Elektrobih"
Services  generation, transmission and distribution

JP Elektroprivreda Bosne i Hercegovine d.d. (also known as Elektroprivreda BiH; English: Public Enterprise Electric Utility of Bosnia and Herzegovina; abbreviation: EPBiH) is public electric utility company in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with its headquarter in city of Sarajevo.



JP Elektroprivreda BiH d.d. was established on August 30, 1945 as Electric Utility Company of Bosnia and Herzegovina "Elektrobih". In May 20th 2004 it became a entity government owned publicly traded company. The company celebrates September 7 as the day of its establishment.


The company is largest electric utility company in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and as such part of the largest country's energy concern EPBiH Concern. Elektroprivreda BiH is a joint stock company in which 90% of the capital is owned by the Federation of BiH entity government, and 10% is owned by minority shareholders.


Electric utility activities for the company are:

  • generation and distribution of electricity,
  • supply of electricity,
  • trading, representation and mediation on the local electricity market,
  • export and import of electricity, including the management of electricity system.
  • As the largest electric utility company in Bosnia and Herzegovina with 744.029 customers and 4.789 employees, the company has an installed generating capacities of 1,682 MW and generates 6.54 TWh of electricity, in lignite-fired thermal power plants 1,165 MW, and hydro power plants 517 MW. It has a transmission and distribution lines of 27.405 km in a network of 31,757 kilometres (19,733 mi), with 2.825 MVA distribution substations.

    Electricity distribution is organized through five distribution regional offices:

  • Elektrodistribucija Sarajevo,
  • Elektrodistribucija Tuzla,
  • Elektrodistribucija Zenica,
  • Elektrodistribucija Bihać,
  • Elektrodistribucija Mostar.
  • References

    Elektroprivreda Bosne i Hercegovine Wikipedia

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