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Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency

Renewable Energy

Public invitation for co-financing projects using renewable energy sources designed exclusively for the tourism sector was opened in 2015 (worth 13 million DKK). The goal was to encourage the use of solar energy in camps, investing in solar thermal systems and increase the efficiency of cooling systems in hotels and other tourist facilities. Although the primary goal of that public invitation was to introduce solar heating systems in the camps, it did not not preclude encouragement of the use of solar energy in other tourist facilities, especially for small hotels and resorts.
The Ministry of Economy expects that by 2020 the share of renewable energy in the gross domestic energy spending will reach 35% once the power output of conventional hydroelectric plants has been factored into the equation as well.

Energy Efficiency

As Croatia became a member of the European Union on July 1, 2013, the country has already adjusted most of its energy sector regulations and development plans to enable smooth integration into the European energy market. When it comes to energy efficiency, the focus in the upcoming period will be placed on heating, cooling and transportation. 


Royal Danish Embassy 
Trg N. Š. Zrinskog 10
HR-10000 Zagreb

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The Trade Council - Croatia/Slovenia/Albania/Kosovo

Zarko Masanovic
Head of Trade Department
Mob. +385 91 49 24 550
Tel. +385 1 4924 550


Christian Maric 

Political/Economic & Commercial Assistant

Mob. +385 1 492 4545

Tel. +385 91 492 4540



Albania & Kosovo

Almira Pajenga
Tel. + 355 69 202 97 32 (Albania)
Tel. + 377 44 58 13 85 (Kosovo)

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Regional Coordinator

Anette Snedgaard Galskjøt
Regional Coordinator

Tel. +90 212 359 19 03

Mobile +90 53 489 322 29