City of Cazin: Results of the Public Call for subsidizing the installation of solar systems
May 26, 2023
The project "Accelerating Clean Energy Transition Through Utilization of Solar Energy Potential in Bosnia and Herzegovina“ (SolarCET), which is financed by the Government of the Slovak Republic and implemented by the United Nations Development Programme in Bosnia and Herzegovina (UNDP), announces the results of the Public Call for subsidizing the installation of solar systems for self-consumption in individual housing units in the area of the City of Cazin. The Public Call was published in cooperation with the City of Cazin, and with the support of the UNDP’s project "Catalyzing Environmental Finance for Low-Carbon Urban Development" (URBANLED), financed by the Global Environment Facility (GEF).
This Public Call was announced on 28 October 2022, and the deadline for submitting applications was extended until 12 December 2022. The evaluation committee reviewed and evaluated the received applications in accordance with the prescribed general and technical criteria, which were specified in the Public Call. The general criterion was the completeness of the submitted documentation, while the technical criteria included the ratio of co-financing of the installation of the solar system by applicant, the use of residential space (number of users per m2) and the annual consumption of electricity. In addition, preference was given to women owners of individual housing units, as well as to households with family members under 35 years of age.
After reviewing all the applications and the specified criteria, a total of twenty-one (21) owners of individual housing units from the area of the City of Cazin were selected to receive technical and financial support for the installation of solar systems for self-consumption during 2023.
The goal of these activities is to encourage citizens, owners of private housing units, to use solar panels as a measure to support the transition to clean energy, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, and fight air pollution and energy poverty in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The final ranking list of the results of the Public Call follows:
1. Refik Rošić
2. Asmir Duraković
3. Suad Toromanović
4. Jasmina Mujakić
5. Dževad Hadžisadiković
6. Ismet Đuzelić
7. Suzana Sabljaković
8. Selim Porčić
9. Enis Budimlić
10. Halil Kapić
11. Rahman Omerčević
12. Azra Japić
13. Muhiba Pjanić
14. Said Mujakić
15. Esad Hozanović
16. Ćazim Budimlić
17. Muamer Mujić
18. Irfan Bajramović
19. Razim Halkić
20. Bešir Bajramović
21. Asim Šepić
Applicants who are not on this ranking list have not met the conditions of the Public Call. All persons who applied for this Public Call have the right to object to UNDP and the Project Implementation Unit, within five days from the date of the publication of the ranking list on the websites of the City of Cazin and UNDP. The decision of the Complaints Commission is final and will be published on the websites of the City of Cazin and UNDP within five (5) days of receipt of the complaint.
Objections with accompanying documentation can be submitted in person or sent by registered mail to the following address:
Trg Prvog Predsjednika Predsjedništva RBiH Alije Izetbegovića
Projektna implementaciona jedinica (PIU)
The documentation needs to be submitted in a sealed envelope and marked with: "Objection to the Public Call for subsidizing the installation of solar systems for personal needs on individual housing facilities in the City of Cazin". The full name, address and contact telephone number of the complainant should be written on the back of the envelope.
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