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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September 4, 2017

Croatia increased fee for renewable energy after four years

After four years, Croatia increased the incentive fee for renewable energy sources that is payed by citizens through electricity bills. The fee is increased from EUR 0.47 per kilowatt hour…

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August 30, 2017

CROPEX joined the EU XBID Local Implementation Project

Croatian power exchange (CROPEX) and Croatian Transmission System Operator (HOPS), became part of 15th XBID Local Implementation Project a week ago, along with transmission system operators and power exchanges from…

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August 28, 2017

Croatian HEP to get hydropower plants back prior to partial privatization

The Croatian government has put up for public debate its draft law on waters that would give back to the Croatian Electricity Company (HEP) ownership of hydro-power plants, Croatian media…

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August 25, 2017

KPA Unicon to supply power plant to Grubišno Polje in Croatia

Energostatik and KPA Unicon have signed a contract on the supply of Unicon Altius 5 MWe biomass power plant to Grubišno Polje in Croatia. The plant will generate electricity to…

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August 24, 2017

Slovenia setting out to build nuclear waste storage

Slovenia will start building a storage for permanent nuclear waste disposal in the vicinity of the Croatian border, near the Krško nuclear power plant, in early 2018. It wishes to…

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August 15, 2017

Croatian HEP and French EDF want to establish cooperation in smart meters area

Croatian electric power company, Hrvatska elektropriveda (HEP), plans to strengthen cooperation with French power company EDF, Croatian press reported. The two companies plan to sign a cooperation agreement in the…

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August 8, 2017

Romanian and Croatian governments announce IPO of state power utilities

Romanian and Croatian governments have announced plans to initiate IPOs of their state-owned power utilities, Hidroelectrica and Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP) respectively. The Croatian government plans to initiate the sale of…

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August 7, 2017

Transformation of ruined Bračak castle into modern energy efficient center

Project: Revitalization and transformation of Bračak castle into energy-efficient and sustainable energy center Country: Croatia Financing: Fund for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency of Croatia (FZOEU) and EU Structural Funds…

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July 28, 2017

EUR 225 million from EU funds for 8 water infrastructure projects in Croatia

Croatia has secured total of EUR 225 million from the EU funds for eight water infrastructure projects, the Ministry of Environment and Energy of Croatia announced. The water infrastructure project…

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