Croatia

Croatia is one of DRI’s four main priority markets.

We are currently advancing two significant renewable energy initiatives in Croatia – the Brda Umovi wind farm and Vedrine solar park.

These ventures are just the beginning of DRI’s plans to drive the transition to renewable energy in Croatia.

Projects overview

Project type

2

projects in
development stage

500

MWp country
capacity target

Brda Umovi wind farm

The Brda Umovi wind farm, situated in Split, Dalmatia County, is a dual-phase project. The initial phase will generate 129MWp, and an additional 29MWp in the second stage. Grid connection is anticipated for October 2026.

Brda Umovi wind farm

129

MWp capacity

83K

homes powered*

51K

tonnes of CO2 reduced annually**

Vedrine solar park

Vedrine solar park is a 60MWp solar project also located in Split, Dalmatia County. This project, self-developed by DRI, is expected to start supplying energy to Croatian communities by April 2026.

* based on Statista, Electricity consumption for households in Romania 2017-2022, by consumption bands
** based on Statista, Carbon intensity of the power sector in the European Union in 2022;

Find out about our other country projects

Italy

Italy

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Poland

Poland

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Romania

Romania

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