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March 7, 2018

Sombor to get power from biogas produced at waste water processing plant

The local authorities in the Vojvodina town of Sombor are planning to build an electricity production plant using biogas from a wastewater processing plant. The equipment will be bought by…

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March 2, 2018

Public call for allocation of funds for ZelEn’s product fee

Croatian public utility Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP) and HEP Opskrba (HEP Supply) have announced a public call for the allocation of funds for ZelEn’s product fee for 2017. The call is…

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February 26, 2018

VIDEO: Update on Slatina biomass cogeneration plant by GGE

The installation of GGE’s largest renewable energy project – a biomass-fueled combined heat and power plant (CHP) in Slatina, Croatia, is in its final stage, Siniša Janjušević, GGE Executive Director…

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Norwegians invest in cogeneration plant in Žakanje, in Croatia

February 23, 2018

Norwegians invest in cogeneration plant in Žakanje, in Croatia

The Norwegian company Croatia REN AS plans to invest EUR 18.7 million in a biomass-fueled power and heating plant in Croatia, in the industrial zone Žakanje, close to the Croatian…

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February 23, 2018

Croatia to get EUR 116 million from emissions allowances auctions

Croatia will earn EUR 116 million from auctions of emissions allowances by 2020, of which EUR 110 million will be spent on the implementation of climate change mitigation and adaptation…

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February 22, 2018

Croatia, Montenegro and Albania join forces to fight Adriatic sea waste

The ministers of Croatia, Montenegro and Albania in charge of environmental protection have agreed to strengthen the cooperation and make it more result-oriented while looking for available funds in order…

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Network of fast charging stations for electric vehicles in Romania and Croatia

February 21, 2018

Network of fast charging stations for electric vehicles in Romania and Croatia

The Romanian renewable energy company Renovatio and Croatia’s telecommunications services provider Hrvatski Telekom said that they will install the first 23 fast charging stations for electric vehicles in Romania by the end…

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Applications for Energy Community Summer School open until March 31

February 14, 2018

Applications for Energy Community Summer School open until March 31

The third Energy Community Summer School will take place in Split, Croatia, from August 25 to September 1. Application deadline is March 31. No tuition fee is required. The 2018…

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Wind energy: Croatia one of record-breakers, Serbia ranks 10 in investments

February 13, 2018

Wind energy: Croatia one of record-breakers, Serbia in top 10 in investments

Croatia installed 147 MW of wind power in 2017 and ended up as one of seven EU countries that had a record year in new wind energy installations. As for…

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February 12, 2018

Agreements signed on financing sustainable development of seven Croatian cities

The Croatian Ministry of Regional Development and European Union Funds said it had secured more than EUR 300 million for the development of the seven biggest urban areas in the…

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February 7, 2018

Municipal waste management in Croatia – race against time

Even though the implementation of the Decree on the management of municipal waste was to begin in Croatia on February 1, it has not yet been fully implemented. Some cities…

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Croatia has a potential to become energy hub in SEE if keeps working on it

February 1, 2018

Croatia has met 2020 energy targets, has a potential to become SEE energy hub

Croatia has a potential to become an energy hub for Southeast Europe, given its hydropower potential and abundance of solar and wind energy that is not exploited yet enough, said…

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