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Korlat (58 MW), the first Croatian wind power plant without FITs started operation. The wind farm is owned by the state-owned power utility Hrvatska…

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The Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development announced, that the Croatian electricity and gas regulator (HROTE) will hold its second renewable…

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The Croatian Green Energy Cooperative created the On the Sunny Side campaign to make the installation of rooftop solar PV for citizens easier and…

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The Croatian Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund (FZOEU) will co-finance the purchase of energy-efficient vehicles using alternative…

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The Croatian Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund (FZOEU) will co-finance the purchase of energy-efficient vehicles using alternative…

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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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