Croatia: RES producers reach capacity of 531MW, SEE Energy News
19 wind power plants were built and connected by mid-April 2016 and they have the highest installed capacity that reaches 417.95 MW.
The capacity of Croatian renewable facilities that are privileged producers has reached 531,23 MW.
According to the Croatian energy market operator data since April 14, 2016, there are 1276 facilities for renewable sources in Croatia that are also privileged electricity producers and their total capacity reached 531,23 MW. Those facilities that are not in the group of privileged producers or that do not produce electricity for their own needs, mainly solar power plants, should also be added to these numbers so that the total capacity could be at least 1 MW higher.
Solar power plants account for the highest percentage of the privileged producers and they are divided into three groups (integrated, non-integrated and integrated- owned by local governance) and their total number is 1214, and total capacity 44.98 MW.
There are eight small hydro power plants (seven, to be more precise, but SHPP Matakovic is shown as two facilities in the register, although it is one facility), and their total installed capacity has already reached 2.98 MW.
There are 10 operating biomass power plants that are in the group of privileged producers and their total installed capacity has reached 24.59 MW, and 18 biogas power plants with 21.93 MW total installed capacity.
19 wind power plants were built and connected by mid-April 2016 and they have the highest installed capacity that reaches 417.95 MW. There are two more landfill gas power plants and gas from waste water treatment facility with 5,5 MW installed capacity and five co-generation facilities with 13,29 MW total capacity, transmits Serbia-energy.eu
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