Croatia: RES power generation facilities output reaches 365MW, SEE Energy News
995 power plants that produce energy from renewable energy sources work in Croatia, while their total installed capacity is 365,38MW.
The most numerous are the solar power plants (953), followed by wind farms (15), biogas power plants (11), hydropower plant (5), cogeneration plants (5), biomass power plants (4), landfill gas power plant(2).
Wind farms have the highest total installed capacity of 297,25MW, followed by solar power plants with a total installed capacity of 30,04MW, cogeneration plants with a total installed capacity of 13,29MW, biogas power plants with a total installed capacity of 11,13MW, biomass power plant with the total installed capacity of 7,69MW, landfill gas with a total installed capacity of 4,53MW and hydropower plants with total installed capacity of 1,45MW.
The plan is to start up another 12 wind farms with total installed power of 435,20MW, 299 solar power plants of 25,75MW and 12 biomass power plants with total installed capacity of 24,93MW. , transmits Serbia-energy.eu
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