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Croats must learn to save energy – expert

Date: 16.09.2022 Author: Montel
Croats must learn to save energy – expertPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Croatian citizens are used to having cheap energy and must become conscious of the need to save it, an energy expert told Montel on Friday.

Enlight explores financing for 95.5 MW wind farm in Serbia

Date: 16.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Enlight explores financing for 95.5 MW wind farm in SerbiaPhoto: RES Serbia

Postponement of Serbia’s first wind auction has compelled the Israeli developer Enlight Renewable Energy to explore alternative financing for the construction of the 95.5 MW Pupin wind farm in

Croatia's INA ordered to sell domestic gas to power utility HEP

Date: 14.09.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia's INA ordered to sell domestic gas to power utility HEPPhoto: F. Buva/Ina

Croatia's oil and gas company INA will temporarily have to sell all of the natural gas it produces in Croatia to the state-owned power utility HEP, the government said on Wednesday.

Over 330 MW of Croatian renewables withdrawn from feed-in tariff

Date: 13.09.2022 Author: Montel
Over 330 MW of Croatian renewables withdrawn from feed-in tariffPhoto: Montel

Since the beginning of the year, 48 Croatian renewable energy producers with a combined capacity of 334 MW have voluntarily left the feed-in tariff subsidy scheme, the energy market operator Hrote

Croatian aggregator to receive state aid for battery storage

Date: 12.09.2022 Author: Montel
Croatian aggregator to receive state aid for battery storagePhoto: Pixabay

The European Commission said on Friday that it had approved EUR 19.8 m of state aid for the co-financing of a grid-scale battery storage system that the Croatian aggregator IE-Energy will install to

Croatia’s HEP to lose EUR 785.6m in revenues due to price cap

Date: 12.09.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia’s HEP to lose EUR 785.6m in revenues due to price capPhoto: Montel

Croatia’s state-owned power utility HEP has said that it will lose HRK 5.9bn (EUR 785.6m) in revenues due to an electricity price cap, but despite that hopes to pursue new investments.

Croatia caps winter electricity prices

Date: 08.09.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia caps winter electricity pricesPhoto: Montel

The Croatian government presented a set of measures on Thursday worth almost HRK 21bn (EUR 2.796bn) to mitigate the effects of high energy prices on households, public institutions and businesses.

Croatian TSO to invest EUR 213m in grid by 2026

Date: 06.09.2022 Author: Montel
Croatian TSO to invest EUR 213m in grid by 2026Photo: Andreja Krašna

Croatia’s TSO Hops, with EU support, will invest HRK 1.6bn (EUR 213m) in modernising the transmission grid by 2026, the business weekly Lider reported this week, citing the economy ministry as their

Croatian regulator issues first two energy aggregation licences

Date: 05.09.2022 Author: Montel
Croatian regulator issues first two energy aggregation licencesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatian energy regulatory agency Hera has issued its first licenses for energy aggregation services to the companies IE Energy and Nano Energies Hrvatska, its public relations officer Blazenka Kostic

Crisis reveals Croatia's longer-term energy problems – expert

Date: 05.09.2022 Author: Montel
Crisis reveals Croatia's longer-term energy problems – expertPhoto: Montel

Croatia should pass through the winter with enough gas and electricity, but it will have to confront the problem of inadequate investment in its energy sector, according to a leading local energy

Slovenian Petrol to build 35 MW wind farm in Croatia next year

Date: 02.09.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Slovenian Petrol to build 35 MW wind farm in Croatia next yearPhoto: Montel

The Slovenian energy company Petrol plans to construct a new 35 MW wind farm in a coastal area north of the Croatian city of Sibenik next year, it told Energetika.NET in an e-mail.

Croatia could grant first energy approval for renewables in Sept

Date: 01.09.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia could grant first energy approval for renewables in SeptPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatia’s economy ministry has thus far published 10 tenders to award energy approvals for potential renewable energy projects, and the first approval could be granted as early as this month.



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