Croatian Minister of Environmental Protection and Energy Tomislav Coric said in an interview that Croatia will eventually switch to premiums to support renewable energy projects in the country.
According to Minister Coric, the current feed-in tariff model has reached its end in Croatia and the state will no longer use it to subsidize electricity production from renewable energy sources (RES), and would rather use the model which includes premiums. Quotas that will be subsidized using the new premiums model will be set under the Croatia’s energy strategy, which should be adopted soon.
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Tags: Croatia, electricity, legislation, renewables, RES, support scheme