Country:Croatia
Year:2012 (May)
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2012 (May)
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Feed-in tariffs/premiums
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Multiple RE Sources
Policy Sector:Electricity
Size of Plant Targeted:Small and Large
URL:http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2012_06_63_1508.html
URL:http://www.hrote.hr/
Legal References:Official Gazette 63/12
Renewable Energy Description:

Since 1st of January 2013 in Croatia system of Feed-in tariff (FIT) entered into force. 

FIT levels for electricity generated from renewable energy plants are expressed in HRK/kWh:

Renewable Source

Power plant capacity

Period of time

Feed-in tariff rate in HRK/kWh

Solar

Up to and including 1 MW

14 years

1.10

Hydropower

< 500 MWh

14 years

1.20

500 MWh – 1000 MWh

14 years

0.80

> 1000 MWh

14 years

0.60

1 MW – 5000 MWh

14 years

1.0

5000 MWh - 15000 MWh

14 years

0.70

> 16000 MWh

14 years

0.57

Wind

Up to and including 1 MW

14 years

0.72

> 1 MW

14 years

0.71

1MW – 2MW

14 years

1.20

2MW – 5MW

14 years

1.15

5 MW – 10 MW

14 years

1.05

Biomass

Up to and including 300 kW

14 years

1.30

400 kW – 1MW

14 years

1.20

1 MW – 10 MW

14 years

1.05

> 10 MW

14 years

0.90

Biogas

> 300 kW

14 years

1.42

400 kW – 1MW

14 years

1.20

1 MW – 2 MW

14 years

1.20

2 MW – 5 MW

14 years

1.12

Geothermal

< 1 MW

14 years

not eligible for FIT

> 1 MW

14 years

1.20

Integrated solar power plants and cogeneration plants are also eligible for FIT calculated accordingly to enlisted formula in the Policy (art. 4). 

FIT contracts last 14 years.

Costs of the feed-in tariff mechanism are shifted on to the final electricity consumers. 

This record supersedes:Regulation on Incentive Fees to Promote Electricity Production from REs and cogeneration

Last modified: Tue, 27 Aug 2013 15:36:30 CEST