European Union, in collaboration with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, endorses a monumental 10GW green hydrogen project stretching from Brazil to Croatia.
The local authorities in Vinkovci, a city located in the eastern part of Croatia, plan to produce hydrogen from waste, and use it in public transportation and for heating.
In a groundbreaking endeavor supported by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership, the Northern Adriatic Hydrogen Valley (NAHV) project has set its sights on becoming Europe’s leading hub for green hydrogen production and innovation. This ambitious initiative, spanning 72 months, unites three partner countries—Croatia, Italy, and Slovenia—in a concerted effort to create a competitive market for green hydrogen.
Croatia’s state-owned power utility, Hrvatska Elektroprivreda (HEP), has unveiled ambitious plans to transform the site of its Plomin thermal power plant, the country’s sole coal-fired electricity unit, into a hub for clean energy production.
The MOL-owned Croatian oil and gas company INA plans to begin harnessing solar energy at its oil refinery in Rijeka to produce green hydrogen.
According to the scenario for reaching climate neutrality by 2050, electrolyzers with a capacity of 70 MW by 230 and 2,750 MW by 2050 will be installed.
The Croatian government began a procedure to establish the country’s hydrogen strategy for the period 2021-2025 in February this year, and the document’s writing is already underway, according to a round table on hydrogen as a future fuel.
Vestas has secured a service agreement for the Croatian wind energy project Orjak in northern Croatia from VJETROELEKTRANA ORJAK, a…