Croatia tenders 50 MW of solar

Green Energy

Croatian electricity and gas regulator Hrvatski Operator Tržišta Energije has launched a tender for 88 MW (megawatt) of renewables capacity, reported pv-magazine.

The authority aims to allocate 50 MW of solar capacity, 15 MW of biogas, 14 MW of biomass and 9 MW of hydropower.

Solar projects ranging in scale from 50-500 kW are eligible to participate, with a maximum price of EUR 0.063/kW for the solar power generated.

The price cap for the other renewables technologies is EUR 0.10/kWh.

The procurement round is part of a tender program announced by the Croatian government in May.

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