Croatia’s Electricity, Gas Prices Slightly up in H1
ZAGREB, November 26, 2019 – In the first half of 2019, average household electricity prices in the European Union increased ...
3.6 Billion Kuna Invested in Hydropower Plants in Croatia
ZAGREB, December 6, 2018 – The national power provider HEP is implementing a large-scale investment cycle that includes 3.6 billion ...
Peruća Gas Power Plant Project Suspended
Split-Dalmatia County has decided to suspend the controversial project.
Increased Electricity Prices to Make Everything More Expensive
Average household electricity bills will be higher by about 250 kunas a year.
Electricity Prices to Increase
The decision is expected to be made by the government at tomorrow’s session.
Market Liberalization to Cause Wave of Price Increases
Electricity, gas, motorway tolls…. wave of price increases coming soon.
Electricity Prices Will Not Go Up
Prime Minister Plenković brings another holiday present to Croatians.
Electricity Prices to Probably Increase Next Year
Despite promises by Economy Minister Panenić, prices are likely to go up.
A New Player on the Croatian Electricity Market
Tired of HEP? A new electricity supplier on the Croatian market.