October 13, 2017

New energy strategy of Croatia in 2018

Croatia’s long-awaited energy strategy should be prepared next year. Experts warned that this strategic document is one of the conditions for withdrawing money from the EU funds dedicated to the…

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October 12, 2017

Croatian Ministry calls for energy efficiency, renewables projects for industrial production

Croatia’s Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy published an invitation for the co-financing of projects to raise energy efficiency levels and the use of renewable energy sources in industrial production….

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October 12, 2017

Croatia has most freshwater per capita in EU

While Poland, the Czech Republic, Cyprus and Malta are categorized as suffering from „water stress,“ Croatia is the European Union’s superpower in volumes per inhabitant. Serbia ranks close to top…

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October 9, 2017

Wind turbine collapsed amid high winds on island of Pag

One of seven wind turbines on the island of Pag, in Croatia, collapsed after high winds hit this Croatian island on Friday. So far, the exact cause of the turbine…

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September 21, 2017

Rimac Automobili signs EUR 30 million deal with battery maker Camel Group

The Croatian electric car maker Rimac Automobili and its sister company Greyp Bikes have signed an agreement with the China-based Camel Group Ltd. on a EUR 30 million investment in…

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September 20, 2017

Croatian ministry approves grants for four environmental projects

The Croatian Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy has approved grants of more than HRK 300 million (about EUR 40 million) for four environmental protection projects which will be implemented…

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September 14, 2017

Croatia planning to restore subsidies for electric vehicles

The Croatian government is planning to restore subsidies for the purchase of electric vehicles as of the year 2018, the acting Director of that country’s Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency…

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September 13, 2017

INA oil company considering bio-refinery and logistics center in Sisak

The Croatian oil company INA is considering the possibility of transforming its refinery in the town of Sisak into a logistics center first and later into a bio-refinery by the…

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September 12, 2017

Croatia provides incentives for improving energy efficiency and use of renewables in enterprises

Croatia has provided incentives for improving energy efficiency and increasing the use of renewable energy sources in manufacturing and private service sectors. The new state aid program for the promotion…

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September 11, 2017

Croatia can count on EUR 1.2 billion to tackle water problems

Croatia has EUR 1.2 billion at its disposal from European Union funds to tackle problems with and upgrade its water supply, sewage and waste water treatment systems all of which…

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