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Renewable energy sources

Croatian Energy Act defines renewable energy sources as “energy sources preserved in nature, renewable in whole or in part, especially the energy of waterways, wind, non-accumulated solar energy, biodiesel, biomass, biogas, geothermal energy, etc”

Croatia has obligated itself to a 5.8 percent share of “new” renewable sources  (small hydro up to 10 MW, wind, geothermal, biomass, photovoltaic power plants and other sources) in the total electricity consumption by 2010 (Regulation on minimal share of electricity produced from renewable energy sources and cogeneration, whose production is incentivized). For comparison, in 2007 this share was 1,8%.

RES share in total consumption

Structure of RES-produced
electricity in 2008

(Source: MINGORP, Energy in Croatia)


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