Croatia’s 638 MW RE Tender Undersubscribed

19 Offers For 150 MW Renewable Energy Capacity Come In, Including 13 MW Solar

Croatia’s 638 MW RE Tender Undersubscribed

HROTE plans to declare winners of the 638 MW renewable energy auction within 30 days after evaluating the bids received for 150.086 MW capacity. (Illustrative Photo; Photo Credit: Shaiith/

  • HROTE has announced receiving a total of 19 offers for its 638 MW renewable energy auction
  • Of the 150.086 MW combined capacity offered, 12.99 MW has been proposed for solar energy capacity in the form of 5 projects
  • Maximum capacity has been offered for wind energy with 113.0 MW capacity and a 10 MW geothermal project

Croatia’s 638 MW renewable energy public auction has been undersubscribed with bids coming in for a total of 150.086 MW capacity, including 12.99 MW for 5 solar energy plants, according to the country’s Energy Market Operator (HROTE).

Maximum capacity of 113.0 MW has been sought for 3 wind energy plants, followed by 1 geothermal plant of 10 MW capacity, 7 biogas projects with a combined capacity of 8.74 MW, and 3 hydropower projects with a total connected power of 5.35 MW. Winners are to secure market premium within the available quotas.

HROTE said it will evaluate the 19 offers received within 30 days and make a decision about winners.

The tender was unveiled in June 2022 and comprised a quota of 300 MW for solar energy systems with a minimum capacity of 500 kW. For solar, tariffs were capped at HRK 495.63 per MWh (see Croatia’s 638 MW Renewable Energy Tender).

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