Statkraft servicing its initial solar project in Croatia
is making prep work to get an energy approval Statkraft's Croatian subsidiary stated it is preparing documentation with the goal to obtain the
Apr 20, 2023 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, Statkraft, Solar Project, Croatia
Austria's CLEEN Energy acquires renewable resource project rights in Croatia
firm holds a choice to buy project rights for a further 50 MWp of capacity in Croatia at a later date, CLEEN Energy said in a declaration last week. The mixed 73
Jan 17, 2022 // Plants, Europe, Austria, Croatia, CLEEN Energy
Acciona, DTEK win energy approvals for projects in Croatia
Promina is the biggest solar project. Currently, the biggest power plant in Croatia gets on the Vis island. Acciona has one wind farm in Croatia, Jelinak,
May 11, 2023 // Plants, DTEK, Europe, investment, Acciona, solar power plants, Croatia, wind farms
Functions start on Croatia's biggest PV plant
elektroprivreda (HEP Group), a Croatian state-owned power utility, has actually started developing the 6.5 MW SE Cres solar energy plant on the island of
Jun 26, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, PV Power Plant, Croatia, HEP Group
HEP launches Croatia's biggest solar energy plant
it claimed in a statement on Friday. The Vis solar energy plant was built by Croatia's Koncar-- Power Plant as well as Electric Traction Engineering, an unit of
Sep 14, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, PV Power Plant, Croatia, Hrvatska Elektroprivreda
Croatia presents arrangements to tender 1 GW of solar
an essential action in the direction of fulfilment objectives detailed in the Croatian Energy Strategy embraced in 2019," Croatian PV professional Petar
May 22, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, tender, Europe, Croatia, Petar Curic
Croatia launches public calls for 250 MW in solar, wind projects
Croatia presented the energy approval under the Law on the Electricity Market in October 2021 with the aim to choose severe projects amongst all that gotten any kind of official paperwork. It was rolled out as one of the initial problems a capitalist must fulfill for developing a solar power plant or wind farm. At the time, the Ministry of Economy as well as Sustainable Development invited designers to submit projects by January 19, 2022, to receive energy approval. It obtained 216 applications. The ministry assesses a requests before launching a public call or rejecting it. Financiers have actually been complaining the procedure is too slow which a handful of calls have actually been issued. The present public call is for solar power plants Dubrava kod Tisna, Izlazak 1, Izlazak 2, Katuni, Nova 1, Nova 2, Primorski Dolac, Seget, Sukošan, Sutina, Velim, Voštane, Vršak and Žeževica, according to the announcement. The incorporated capacity is, according to the regional media, regarding 180 MW. The Sutina photovoltaic center is the biggest one, with 45 MW. There os only one wind project, with a capacity of 72 MW. It is called Bradarića kosa. The public calls for energy approval describe particular sites with projects for which investors submitted applications to the ministry. An investor that obtains an energy approval need to pay the federal government EUR 6.6 per kW of intended capacity. For a 100 MW facility it is HRK 5 million or practically EUR 700,000. The energy approval becomes valid if the financier pays the cash within 15 days after it won it project with the public call. Ivo Milatić, State Secretary for Energy at the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, claimed that the energy approval was introduced to bring order into the field, and claimed that 216 applications would certainly be refined in 2 months. He approximated that out of the 6,000 MW in applications, 4,000 MW are projects that can not be implemented. The ministry's employees should check all the details in the land signs up as well as confirm with the Spatial Planning Institute whether a project is certified with official planning records, Milatić stressed, indicating high expenses for approvals. In 2015, in his words, energy approvals were issued for 700 MW, and also this year for a general 125 MW so far. The strategy is to have new facilities with a mounted capacity of 1,400 MW in total by 2024, he stated, Jutarnji checklist reported.
Feb 1, 2023 // Plants, Europe, PV Power Plant, Croatia, Ivo Milatić, wind project
Enlight gets 525MW Croatian PV and wind
as well as joint growth of a 525MW portfolio of renewable energy projects in Croatia. The portfolio consists of five projects, throughout various phases of
Jul 5, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Europe, Croatia, ENLIGHT
MET Group buys 60-MWp solar project in Poland
geographically diversified renewables portfolio, MET likewise targets Romania, Croatia, as well as Germany where the investment atmosphere for renewable energy is
Aug 29, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Poland, Europe, Solar Project, MET Group, Christian Hurlimann
EBRD evaluates investment in Taaleri's 6th renewable energy fund
The countries that fall within the scope of the fund include Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro,
May 9, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, USA, EBRD, North America
Croatian furniture maker Sobocan to invest 55 mln kuna (7.3 mln euro) by end-2024
on the roof covering of its production plant in Mursko Sredisce, northern Croatia. The overall worth of the investment in the solar plant is 4.5 million kuna,
Apr 27, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Sobocan
French Firm Newheat Raises EUR7 M for Renewable Heat Development
passions complying with the signing of a very first task abroad, in Croatia. Decarbomalt Croatia, which will certainly avoid 4,000 tonnes of CO2
Dec 3, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, France, Europe, fundraising, Bpifrance, Hugues Defréville, Newheat, renewable heat
Croatia tenders 50 MW of solar
Croatian electricity as well as gas regulatory authority Hrvatski Operator Tržišta Energije has actually released a tender for 88 MW of renewables capability. The authority aims to assign 50 MW of solar ability, 15 MW of biogas, 14 MW of biomass and 9 MW of hydropower. Solar projects ranging in scale from 50-500 kW are qualified to participate, with a maximum rate of EUR0.063/ kW for the solar energy generated. The cost cap for the other renewables innovations is EUR0.10/ kWh. The procurement round becomes part of a tender program announced by the Croatian government in May. Via the scheme, Zagreb aims to designate 1,075 MW of solar capability as part of a total 2.26 GW of renewables projects. The solar ability targeted is broken down as 625 MW of projects larger than 10 MW, 240 MW of 500 kW-10 MW centers as well as 210 MW of 50-500 kW plants. Effective projects will protect a feed-in rate costs which will cover up place market power prices.
Aug 6, 2020 // Large-Scale, Markets & Finance News, tender, Europe, Croatia
MET Group bags 60MW Polish solar
diversified renewables portfolio, MET additionally targets Romania, Croatia, and Germany where the investment atmosphere for renewable resource is
Aug 30, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Poland, Europe, MET Group, Christian Hürlimann
Slovenia's Largest Solar Power Plant Comes Online
the Brežice hydropower plant in Slovenia, which is located on the border with Croatia. This is the biggest solar power plant of its kind in the country, and it is
Feb 3, 2023 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, Slovenia, PV Power Plant

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