According to the data published by Croatian electricity market operator HROTE, as of 20 October 2017, there are 1,310 facilities that produce electricity from renewable energy sources (RES) with total installed capacity of 720.44 MW.
Most of these facilities are solar power plants, both unintegrated (on the roofs of family houses, business and residential buildings) and integrated, with a total number of 1,222 such facilities, which combined installed capacity amounts to 51.48 MW.
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