|Loan Secured for 37MW Croatian Wind Farm|
A loan from Germany’s Kfw-Ipex export development bank will support construction of the €45m Ponikve wind farm, near the Croatian port city of Dubrovnik.
|Development Banks Involved in Hydropower Projects|
The involvement of multi-national banking institutions is critical to the completion and modernization of hydroelectric projects, particularly in the developing world. This article details nearly US$16 billion in funding recently awarded for work at more than 50 projects.
|Croatian Town Wants PV, Wind Development|
Residents of Gdinj have presented their idea to build a solar power plant in their town located on the Croatian island Hvar that boasts the most sunny days in the country.
|Island of Hvar, Croatia 2-Day Energy Workshop|
Efforts to raise awareness on energy efficiency and renewable energy are being intensified on the island of Hvar with the announcement of a two-workshop, according to an official release from the Stari Grad Municipal website
|Orient Green Power Plans 10.5MW of Wind Power in Croatia|
The company has also plans to set up another 10.5 MW capacity in Croatia by second quarter of current fiscal year.
|Invest in Green Croatia Campaign Launched|
The five year campaign "Invest in Green Croatia" was designed for active promotion of Croatia as a market open to foreign investments in the fields of "green" economy and all related economic activities - services, research, design, production and distribution.
|Company to Focus on Croatian Biogas|
ARCHEA Biogas N.V., a full-service supplier of biogas plants, announces that its fully owned subsidiary, ARCHEA Biogastechnologie GmbH, has founded the Croatian ARCHEA Biogas d.o.o. together with Appletree Management Luxemburg d.o.o. in July of this year. 'Croatia will be the second interesting biogas market in Europe following Italy. Therefore, it is indispensible for us to develop and implement upcoming projects with an experienced partner. Moreover, the feed-in tariff for biogas electricity presently amounts to 19 cent/kWh in Croatia and the profit situation for substrates is significantly higher than in Germany in view of the climatic conditions', concludes Oliver Nacke, chairman of the management board of ARCHEA Biogas N.V.
|Additional PV Developer Seeks Investment Funds|
ZAGREB (Croatia), August 3 (SeeNews) - Croatian renewable energy project developer Solektra is seeking investors for solar parks with a capacity of up to 1.0 megawatts, the company's CEO said.
|Reservoir Capital Looks at Bosnia, Croatia Renewable Projects|
Renewable Energy Ventures d.o.o., a Serbian unit of Vancouver-based Reservoir Capital Corp. (REO), plans to build several hydro plants in Bosnia-Herzegovina and in Croatia, along with its current projects in Serbia.
The energy developer plans three hydro plants on the Cehotina river in Bosnia-Herzegovina for a combined 17.5 megawatt capacity at an estimated cost of 40 million euros ($59.6 million), Deputy Director Milan Cusic said. The projects in Croatia will involve both hydro and geothermal sources and can be executed along with REV’s original, 140 million-euro project for two hydro plants of 58 megawatts on the Lim river in southwestern Serbia.
|Croatian Solar Projects Group Seeks $86M From Investors|
Adriatic Solarni Projekti, a group of 10 Croatian companies, is seeking investors for three solar power projects in Croatia with a combined capacity of 16.8 megawatts and an estimated value of 60 million euros ($85.7 million).
|T-Mobile Uses PV and Wind for Rural Base Station Power|
Zephyr Corporation has announced that T-Mobile Croatia, through supplier Energyplus, will be using its wind turbines to power off-grid base stations along the Adriatic coast.
|Croatian Green Energy Discussed||Ksenija Jurkovic for Southeast European Times reports that Croatia's potential for the development of renewable resources is vast, but still underused.|
|Croatia Unveils Online Register of Renewable Energy Projects|
ZAGREB (Croatia), February 17 (SeeNews) - Croatia said it has unveiled a public online register of domestic renewable and co-generation energy projects which currently has 417 listings.
|Hrvatska Elektroprivreda is Planning a 68MW HPP||Hrvatska Elektroprivreda d.d is the state-owned electric power utility of Croatia. Hrvatska Elektroprivreda is planning to construct a 68MW hydro power plant comprising four units, based on a classic design and equipment. The envisaged annual electricity generation is 220 GWh (37% load factor). |
|Serbian Hydro Investments|
ZAGREB (Croatia), February 7 (SeeNews) - Croatian businessman Sasa Loncar plans to invest a combined 6.0 million euro ($8.1 million) in four small hydro power stations in Serbia, Zagreb-based media reported.