Croatia’s Crodux Plin to open gas-fired power plant in 2019

Author: Stacy Irish


Croatia’s Crodux Plin will begin commissioning of its gas-fired power plant at the beginning of 2019, the company has confirmed.

The Slavonski Brod power plant will have a 600MW capacity, with an efficiency 60%.

The opening of the plant will happen only months before Croatia’s LNG import terminal is scheduled to open. The facility on the island of Krk is due to start operations in October 2019.

Zagreb-based Crodux Plin is a subsidiary of the Crodux Group, which also imports and supplies natural gas and electricity; and distributes liquefied petroleum gas.

Croatian utility HEP is commissioning its Osijek gas-fired power plant in 2018 which will have a 500MW capacity.