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The Croatian Sunčane elektrane Međimurja intends to build the largest solar power plant in Croatia located in Rasinja, with an installed capacity of…

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RP Global will build a solar power plant near Novalj on the island of Pag, in Croatia with the annual output of 25 GWh.

After finishing the…

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The Croatian Energy Market Operator (HROTE) opened a public call that awards premiums and guaranteed purchase prices for electricity from renewable…

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On the basis of the energy sector development strategy, the Croatian Government introduced premiums quotas to stimulate the production of electricity…

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The Croatian Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for the period until 2040 was adopted on 9 April. It provides an assessment of climate change with…

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In the course of the Single Intraday Coupling project (planned start November 2019) continuous cross-border trading of electricity in the intraday…

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The Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy has drafted a decree for a reduction of companies with annual electricity consumption of more than…

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Hrvatska elektroprivreda, the Croatian state-owned power utility, will build new photovoltaic plants with a combined capacity of 350 MW by 2030, and…

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It was composed by the Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar.

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Under the C4S project, Zadar, Rijeka, Osijek, and Velika Gorica are participating in the European energy-saving competition. The H2020 funded project…

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