First Croatian wind power plant without FITs starts operation
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 Elektroprivreda (HEP).
The wind farm is the largest one in the country; the power plant consists of 18 wind turbines, with an installed capacity of 3.6 MW each. They were installed and put into operation by German Nordex. For the infrastructure and grid connection, monitoring and supervision were carried out by Ing-Grad and Fractal.
HEP aims to invest EUR 66.2 million in constructing a solar power plant with a capacity of 95 MW in addition to Korlat and create the first renewable hybrid energy park in the country.