Small Hydro Power Plants Cijevna 1, Cijevna 2, Cijevna 3 and Cijevna 4 in the Republic of Srpska – Feasibility Study
Client: Technor Energy AS, Norway
Name of partner(s): N/A
Start/Completion Date: March 2007 – August 2007
Project description: Objective of 4 Feasibility Studies for SHPP Cijevna 1, 2 3 and 4 was to select the optimum exploitation of hydropower potential of the Bosna River stretch, between Doboj-Modrica, and each structure within the power system. Solutions were sought within integral development, protection and exploitation of the Bosna River in order to achieve the maximum multi-purpose effect of the investment. The services that were rendered by the Consultant refer to the following activities:
- Using the available input data related to the basic factor of the area related to morphological characteristics, existing and planned infrastructure and inhabitancy of the watercourse and watershed, as well as extent to which they have been investigated.
- Conducting the comprehensive procedure of collecting all necessary input data like geodetic, hydrological, geological and hydro geological, seismological data as well as input data related to erosion and sediment transport;
- To find optimal technical solution for these facilities construction. This includes the selection of conceptual solution for usage of technically exploitable hydropower potential, selection of key structures within hydropower plants, hydro-civil solutions. Also the potentials of the analyzed facilities investigations regarding calculation of power characteristics of plant, electromechanical equipment, hydro mechanical equipment, potable water supply to structures, wastewater, environmental impact assessment for hydropower plants is be conducted;
- Estimation of both total and individual costs.
Main structures for each SHPP are spillway for 3600 m3/s, gravity part (dam) height cca 20 m, powerhouse as constituted part of dam. SHPPs are run of river type, with installed capacity 4x14 MW and average annual production 4x70 GWh/year.
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