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Croatia to subsidise battery storage as green target rises

Date: 13.06.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobric
Croatia to subsidise battery storage as green target risesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatia plans to use state aid to subsidise construction of battery energy storage systems with up to 100 MWh of capacity by 2026 amid negative prices and higher renewables targets, experts have told

Investors in SEE region face lower-than-expected PPA offers

Date: 07.06.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Investors in SEE region face lower-than-expected PPA offersPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The lure of soaring energy prices in 2022 attracted many new investors to the Southeast European (SEE) market, whose financial expectations regarding power purchase agreements (PPAs) are now colliding

Operators confirm EU intraday auctions to launch 13 June

Date: 29.05.2024 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
Operators confirm EU intraday auctions to launch 13 JunePhoto: Roman Peklaj

New intraday cross-border power capacity auctions will begin on 13 June for 14 June delivery as planned, the grid operators and nominated electricity market operators (Nemos) involved said on

Slovenian Alfi’s new fund to invest in 0.8 GW of renewables

Date: 29.05.2024 Author: Valerija Hozjan, Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian Alfi’s new fund to invest in 0.8 GW of renewablesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovenian company Alfi Renewables plans to launch a new green investment fund in 2025 with the aim of further developing 0.6-0.8 GW of renewables in southeast Europe (SEE), its director Janez Groselj

Croatia regulator to adopt grid connection fee by summer-end

Date: 29.05.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia regulator to adopt grid connection fee by summer-endPhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

Croatian energy regulator Hera will be adopting the long-awaited grid connection fee “by the end of summer”, the deputy president of its governing council Zeljko Vrban told a Zagreb energy event

Croatian government silent on EC renewables warning

Date: 28.05.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian government silent on EC renewables warningPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The newly formed Croatian government has not yet responded to another warning issued by the European Commission (EC) because of the country’s failure to implement the directive on the development of

Greek utility PPC aims for 2026 coal exit

Date: 24.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Greek utility PPC aims for 2026 coal exitPhoto: Montel

The Greek power utility PPC Group aims to be coal free by 2026, Elena Giannakopoulou, its chief strategy officer, told Montel on the side lines of the Eurelectric Power Summit near Athens late on

Croatian operator Janaf acquires 14.3 MW solar plant

Date: 22.05.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian operator Janaf acquires 14.3 MW solar plantPhoto: Vlada HR

Croatia’s state-owned oil pipeline operator Janaf has acquired a 14.3 MW solar power project in eastern Croatia, the first in a planned series of acquisitions aimed at transforming it into a

Slovenian Petrol’s profit plummets in Q1 2024

Date: 17.05.2024 Author: Peter Palčec
Slovenian Petrol’s profit plummets in Q1 2024Photo: Petrol

The Slovenian energy firm Petrol recorded profit of EUR 15m in Q1 of 2024, a 40% drop compared to Q1 2023, the company said on Friday.

Croatian firm aims to build 400 MW aquavoltaic plant by 2027

Date: 09.05.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian firm aims to build 400 MW aquavoltaic plant by 2027Photo: Montel

Croatian developer Energovizija has begun the permitting process for a 400 MW aquavoltaic plant in eastern Croatia, which it aims to complete by 2027, one of its managers has told Montel.

Enna to start geothermal drilling in Croatia by September

Date: 07.05.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Enna to start geothermal drilling in Croatia by SeptemberPhoto: oie.hr

Croatian energy company Enna should be able start to drilling exploitation wells at the Slatina 2 geothermal field for its planned 20 MW Zagocha power plant by the end of August, it said on Tuesday.

EC okays EUR 25m state aid for Croatian LNG expansion

Date: 06.05.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
EC okays EUR 25m state aid for Croatian LNG expansionPhoto: MZOE

The European Commission (EC) approved a EUR 25m state aid measure on Monday that will help Croatia more than double the capacity of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on the island of Krk.



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