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Russia-Ukraine war may speed energy transition – BP

Date: 30.01.2023 Author: Laurence Walker, Montel
Russia-Ukraine war may speed energy transition – BPPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Disruptions to energy supplies linked to Russia’s war in Ukraine will likely spur global efforts to transition more swiftly to renewable energy, while heightening the focus on supply security,

Croatian firm eyes 40,000 tonnes of hydrogen produced from waste

Date: 04.01.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian firm eyes 40,000 tonnes of hydrogen produced from wastePhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

Indeloop, a research and development company based in the Croatian capital Zagreb, is developing patent pending thermolysis technology to produce hydrogen from waste, possibly within the next two

Croatia can raise hydrogen production to 4 GW by 2030 – expert

Date: 21.12.2022 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia can raise hydrogen production to 4 GW by 2030 – expertPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatia has the potential to become a regional leader in green hydrogen production, said the executive director of the Hydrogen Europe association Jorgo Chatzimarkakis at a conference in Zagreb on

Croatia to use EUR 657m of EU recovery funds on green transition

Date: 15.12.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia to use EUR 657m of EU recovery funds on green transitionPhoto: Evropski parlament

Croatia plans to use more than 10% of the EUR 6.38bn EU recovery funds at its disposal for the decarbonisation of its energy sector by boosting clean energy production, the economy ministry said on

Slow renewables permitting stalls Croatian hydrogen project

Date: 13.12.2022 Author: Dalibor Dobric
Slow renewables permitting stalls Croatian hydrogen projectPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Adria Wind Power applied last year to build a 6.3 MW solar farm and green hydrogen pilot facility on the island of Pag but is still awaiting a decision, its CEO told Montel last week.

New hydro plants key to increasing Serbian renewables share

Date: 01.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
New hydro plants key to increasing Serbian renewables sharePhoto: Montel

Serbia would need the Bistrica and Djerdap 3 hydropower plants to provide a stable balancing reserve if 5 GW of intermittent renewable energy sources are to be integrated by 2030, energy consultants

Serbia will not adopt NECP until 2023 – assistant minister

Date: 22.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia will not adopt NECP until 2023 – assistant ministerPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia will not adopt its integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) until next year as one part requires further elaboration, assistant energy and mining minister for green energy Natalija

Croatian Crodux to decide on 500 MW cogeneration plant in 2023

Date: 22.11.2022 Author: Montel
Croatian Crodux to decide on 500 MW cogeneration plant in 2023Photo: Crodux energetika

Croatian energy company Crodux Energetika is currently analysing the results of a tender for the construction of a 500 MW cogeneration power plant in the eastern town of Slavonski Brod, the company

Croatia's Ina mulls green hydrogen production in Rijeka refinery

Date: 16.11.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia's Ina mulls green hydrogen production in Rijeka refineryPhoto: F. Budva

Croatia's oil and gas company Ina is considering the construction of a 10 MW electrolyser in its refinery in the northern Adriatic city of Rijeka, the company told Montel on Tuesday.

Croatia must define ways to implement hydrogen strategy – expert

Date: 15.11.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia must define ways to implement hydrogen strategy – expertPhoto: EBRD

While Croatia's hydrogen strategy provides general guidelines about the future production and use of green hydrogen, it is now vital to define how it will be implemented, a Croatian energy expert told

Croatia eyes 1,000 tonnes of hydrogen for industry and transport

Date: 14.11.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia eyes 1,000 tonnes of hydrogen for industry and transportPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatia aims to produce 1,000 tonnes of green hydrogen annually, primarily for transportation and industrial consumption, via a joint project with Italy and Slovenia, its economy ministry told Montel

Croatia energy market operator proposes GOs for green gases

Date: 03.11.2022 Author: Montel
Croatia energy market operator proposes GOs for green gasesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatian energy market operator Hrote has proposed that guarantee of origin (GOs) auctions be expanded to include biomethane and green hydrogen to ease cross-border trading in green gases.



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