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Renewable Electricity in Croatia and Slovenia from the Aspect of the EU Energy and Climate Targets for 2020


Maradin, Dario; Ponikvar, Nina; Cerović, Ljerka
Renewable Electricity in Croatia and Slovenia from the Aspect of the EU Energy and Climate Targets for 2020 // Economic Integrations, Competition and Cooperation : Accession of the Western Balkan Countries to the European Union : research monograph = Integrations economiques, concurrence et cooperation : Adhesion des pays des Balkans occidentaux a L’Union europeenne : monographie de recherche / Kandžija, Vinko ; Kumar, Andrej (ur.).
Rijeka: University of Rijeka, Faculty of Economics, 2014. str. 554-566


Naslov
Renewable Electricity in Croatia and Slovenia from the Aspect of the EU Energy and Climate Targets for 2020

Autori
Maradin, Dario ; Ponikvar, Nina ; Cerović, Ljerka

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Economic Integrations, Competition and Cooperation : Accession of the Western Balkan Countries to the European Union : research monograph = Integrations economiques, concurrence et cooperation : Adhesion des pays des Balkans occidentaux a L’Union europeenne : monographie de recherche

Urednik/ci
Kandžija, Vinko ; Kumar, Andrej

Izdavač
University of Rijeka, Faculty of Economics

Grad
Rijeka

Godina
2014

Raspon stranica
554-566

ISBN
978-953-7813-19-2

Ključne riječi
Renewable electricity, Croatia, Slovenia, generation

Sažetak
Analyses show that in the EU the share of the renewable electricity could be around 35 percent in 2020. In this paper we focus on Croatia and Slovenia, the former becoming the 28th member state of the EU on July 1, 2013 and the latter being EU member state since 2004. The aim of our paper is to analyse how Croatia and Slovenia use different renewable sources in their electricity generation and to evaluate the extent at which both countries are achieving and/or will be able to achieve their 2020 targets in this field. In the recent years Croatia has made great movements in the use of wind power, which currently has the largest share of electricity generation from RES. Biomass and hydropower energy are used in equal proportion whereat biomass has great potential to become the most important RES by 2020. Further expansion of existing generating capacity, particularly a large using of solar energy, it is expected that Croatia could achieve the set target for 2020. We establish that favourable natural conditions and efficient energy policy measures allowed Slovenia to make notable progress in the usage of solar power, biomass and biogass in electricity generation, while large unused potentials remain for the usage of wind power and some for hydro power on the Sava river. We argue that these available RES potentials make Slovenia able to reach and perhaps even surpass the 2020 target.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Ekonomija

Napomena
Rad je prezentiran na skupu 9th International Conference „Economic Integrations, Competition and Cooperation“, Session IX: Workshop for Doctoral Students of Central and South-East European PhD Network (CESEENET), održanom od 17.-19.04.2013., Opatija, Hrvatska ; u organizaciji Sveučilišta u Rijeci, Ekonomski fakultet ; uz međunarodnu recenziju objavljen u cijelosti u Zborniku radova (CD medij) "Economic Integrations, Competition and Cooperation" ; Kandžija, Vinko ; Kumar, Andrej (ur.) ; Rijeka : Faculty of Economics, 2013. ; str. 610-622 ; ISBN 978-953-7813-16-1.



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Projekt / tema
081-0361557-1455 - Ekonomski učinci regulatornih reformi elektroenergetskog sektora (Nela Vlahinić, )
081-0811272-1276 - Koncepti i metode troškovnog računovodstva u javnom sektoru Republike Hrvatske (Mira Dimitrić, )

Ustanove
Ekonomski fakultet, Rijeka