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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…
Croatia has one functioning geothermal power plant so far. But this may change soon. The government's Hydrocarbon Agency (CHA) estimates the potential…
The EUR 7.4 million program will be funded through the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism 2014-2021.
Two scenarios draw references to 2030 and 2050.
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…
The Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development announced, that the Croatian electricity and gas regulator (HROTE) will hold its second renewable…
The Croatian Green Energy Cooperative created the On the Sunny Side campaign to make the installation of rooftop solar PV for citizens easier and…