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Data is updated as of July 2022
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Croatia, which has only one coal plant, has joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance.

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About Croatia

Croatia has no coal plants under construction or in planning stages. It is a member of the Powering Past Coal Alliance (PPCA), which commits EU and OECD nations to phase out coal power by 2030. Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković used his opening address at the COP26 climate meeting in Glasgow in 2021 to announce that his country will phase out coal by 2033 at the latest. Croatia’s energy needs are met largely from hydro and gas power plants. Croatia’s only coal power plant, the Plomin power station, is a two-unit coal-fired power station in Plomin with an operational capacity of 335 megawatts (MW) (210 MW are operating and 125 MW are mothballed).

Capacity (MW)

Net Change Since 2000

Capacity (MW)

Net Change Since 2000

Phase-Out Status

PHASE-OUT BY 2040

No New Coal Status

PIPELINE CANCELLED

Part of PPCA?

YES

Five-Year Country Capacity Trend

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Constructing

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Expected Retirement by 2030

Operational

Constructing

Planned

Halted

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Retired

Expected Retirement by 2030

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