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Croatia – Energy Country Profile

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The Japanese partner Marubeni is the first choice of the Croatian national power utility HEP for a cooperation in order to construct a new thermal…

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The European Commission has awarded €1bn to 19 innovative renewable energy projects and one carbon capture and storage (CCS) project under the NER 300…

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Croatia has opened an international tender for 29 oil and gas exploration blocks in the Adriatic sea; the tender will run for seven months and the…

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UniCredit Bank d.d. Mostar is joining the new Western Balkans Sustainable Energy Efficiency Facility II (WeBSEFF II) with a loan of up to €10 million…

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Ukraine, Croatia and Hungary aim to build their own gas corridor that will be linked to the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), carrying gas from the Shah…

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The government of Croatia has adopted its National Renewable Energy Action Plan (NREAP) until 2020.

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South-eastern Europe will have a common organisation to coordinate cross-border power capacities in July 2014.

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South Korean company KOSEP has decided not to submit bid for the 500 MW Plomin-C coal fired power project in Plomin (Croatia).

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The Croatian government has asked MOL, Hungary’s national oil company, to consider the sale of its stake in INA, the national oil company in Croatia,…

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Croatia applied for EU membership in 2003 and was in negotiations from 2005 until 2011.

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