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Long-awaited Croatian renewables regulation expected soon

Date: 03.02.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobric
Long-awaited Croatian renewables regulation expected soonPhoto: Montel

An energy approval ordinance for renewables projects will enter its public debate phase during February, economy ministry officials told investors at a meeting in the Croatian Chamber of Commerce

Croatia can expect 1.6 GW of wind, solar in five years – expert

Date: 01.02.2023 Author: Montel
Croatia can expect 1.6 GW of wind, solar in five years – expertPhoto: Montel

Croatia can expect around 1.6 GW of new wind and solar capacity over the next five years, according to an expert on renewable energy and environmental protection at the Hrvoje Pozar energy institute

Croatia’s Zito plans to ramp up its solar capacity to 50 MW

Date: 30.01.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobric
Croatia’s Zito plans to ramp up its solar capacity to 50 MWPhoto: http://www.dvss.si

Croatian agricultural company Zito plans to install almost 50 MW of solar power plants on the rooftops of its facilities in eastern Croatia.

Croatia could see PPA activity boost in H2 2023 – experts

Date: 30.01.2023 Author: Montel
Croatia could see PPA activity boost in H2 2023 – expertsPhoto: Montel

The current market uncertainty and volatility as well as slow issuance of energy approvals by the economy ministry have been hampering progress on corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs) in

Croatian biogas owners push for higher price cap and incentives

Date: 25.01.2023 Author: Montel
Croatian biogas owners push for higher price cap and incentivesPhoto: Ana V. Vršnak

Croatian electricity producers using biogas power plants are seeking urgent talks with the economy ministry about its incentives scheme and price cap policy, which they say threaten the survival of

Croatian market players welcome Krsko 20-year lifespan extension

Date: 23.01.2023 Author: Montel
Croatian market players welcome Krsko 20-year lifespan extensionPhoto: NEK

The lifespan extension of the Krsko nuclear plant for another 20 years is strategically vital to stability and supply on the Croatian electricity market, major local market players have agreed.

Croatia eyes next market-premium tender for renewables in spring

Date: 23.01.2023 Author: Montel
Croatia eyes next market-premium tender for renewables in springPhoto: Montel

The Croatian energy market operator Hrote plans to continue with market-premium tenders for renewables in the spring, its spokeswoman told Montel on Friday.

EuroEnergy aims to add 184.5 MW of wind capacity in Croatia

Date: 20.01.2023 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EuroEnergy aims to add 184.5 MW of wind capacity in CroatiaPhoto: Montel

Greek renewable energy company EuroEnergy will acquire a 114 MW wind power development project in Croatia for EUR 150m, whose capacity could be expanded by an additional 70.5 MW, it said on Thursday.

Acer redefines when TSOs can change long-term capacity

Date: 19.01.2023 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
Acer redefines when TSOs can change long-term capacityPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Acer has redefined when TSOs in 13 EU countries can change their available long-term electricity capacity for operational security reasons, the bloc’s energy regulatory agency said on Thursday.

Croatian PPD raising LNG share amid Russian gas supply cut – CEO

Date: 17.01.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian PPD raising LNG share amid Russian gas supply cut – CEOPhoto: UMAS London

Although gas deliveries from Russia’s Gazprom have been suspended since 1 November, Croatian gas company PPD’s LNG business segment is increasing, its owner Pavao Vujnovac said on Saturday.

Slovenia approves extension of Krsko nuclear plant’s lifespan

Date: 16.01.2023 Author: Valerija Hozjan, Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia approves extension of Krsko nuclear plant’s lifespanPhoto: NEK

The Slovenian environment ministry has issued an environmental permit approving the extension of the Krsko nuclear power plant’s operational lifespan for an additional 20 years, until 2043, it said

Three Croatian towns to add 2.46 MW of rooftop solar by end 2023

Date: 11.01.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Three Croatian towns to add 2.46 MW of rooftop solar by end 2023Photo: Ana V. Vršnak

Croatia’s capital Zagreb and two other towns, Velika Gorica and Karlovac, plan to install 44 solar power plants with 2.46 MW of capacity on the rooftops of public buildings by the end of 2023.



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