The Croatian government has decided to increase the share of net delivered electricity generated by privileged producers sold on the Croatian Power Exchange (CROPEX) from 30% to 60% from January 1. The remaining 40% will be purchased by the suppliers at the regulated price.
It will be the second step toward full liberalization of the green energy market in Croatia. After two years of postponement, the government has made the first step in December 2018 by adopting a new law on renewable energy sources and the decree on the share of net supplied electricity from privileged producers. The government now changed only the decree.
In December 2018, a new law on renewable energy sources and a decree on the share of net supplied electricity from privileged producers were passed
According to the decree, electricity suppliers are obliged to take 40% of the net power produced by privileged producers from the market operator, while the remaining 60% will be sold on the market, CROPEX said on its website.
The liberalization of the market was projected to last three years, until 2021
The liberalization of the green energy market was projected to last three years, until 2021 as it is gradually opened in order to secure implementation of the plan, the government said about the order and added the Croatian Energy Market Operator (HROTE) is expected to sell 60% of the power produced from renewable sources and in high-efficiency cogeneration.