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In Croatia, 30 million euros will be invested in research on feasibility of geothermal energy for heating purposes in six cities in the north of the…
Together they develop a portfolio of eight solar plants with a combined capacity of up to 266 MWp.
Losses from climate extremes in Croatia have increased 16 times from 2018 to 2022, with droughts, floods, and hailstorms causing 1.2 billion euros…
The CBAM regulation officially entered into force the day following its publication in the Official Journal of the EU on 16 May 2023.
The Clean Hydrogen Partnership is investing €105.4 million to fund nine hydrogen valleys across Europe to supply the EU with hydrogen.
The current global energy crisis brings both new opportunities and new challenges for renewable energy. Renewables 2022 provides analysis on the new…
Energy communities, where citizens, businesses, and local governments work together to produce energy for self-consumption and also sell it, is a…
Stricter CO2 emission performance standards for new automobiles and vans were the subject of a provisional political agreement between the Council and…
Croatia will double the capacity of its Krk LNG terminal to 6.1 bcm/year and exceed its own energy needs, allowing exports to Slovenia, Hungary or…
After a public tender inviting expression of interest by Croatia’s Economic Ministry, 216 projects were submitted. The total capacity of all projects…