According to the bank website, the project includes a senior secured loan of up to EUR 12 million in favour of the Co-Borrowers to finance the development, construction and operation of a 30MW portfolio of three solar photovoltaic plants in Croatia. EBRD loan is approved under EBRD InvestEU Framework for Sustainable Transition.
The project is intended to contribute to climate mitigation by increasing the share of renewable energy generation in Croatia, through the addition of 30 MW of new solar generation capacity to the national electricity system. The project will strengthen private sector's role in the renewable energy sector in Croatia by bringing in a novel structure in the country, being a first full merchant renewable project in Croatia.
Zvonimir Mestrovic, ENCRO d.o.o.
Jurisiceva ulica 1A, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
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