Hydro capacity accounted for 16.7% of total power plant installations globally in 2021, according to GlobalData, with total recorded hydro capacity of 1,357GW. This is expected to contribute 12.6% by the end of 2030 with capacity of installations aggregating up to 1,555GW. Of the total global hydro capacity, 0.16% is in Croatia. Listed below are the five largest active hydro power plants by capacity in Croatia, according to GlobalData’s power plants database. GlobalData uses proprietary data and analytics to provide a complete picture of the global hydro power segment. Buy the latest hydro power plant profiles here.
The Zakucac is a 522MW hydro power project located in Split-Dalmatia, Croatia. Post completion of construction, the project was commissioned in 1961. HEP-Proizvodnja own the project. Buy the profile here.
The 276MW Velebit hydro power project is located in Zadar, Croatia. It was commissioned in 1984. The project is owned by HEP-Proizvodnja. Buy the profile here.
The Dubrovnik is a 252MW hydro project. HEP-Proizvodnja owns the project. It was commissioned in 1965. It is located in Dubrovnik-Neretva, Croatia. Buy the profile here.
The Orlovac hydro project with a capacity of 237MW came online in 1973. HEP-Proizvodnja have the equity stakes in the project. It is located in Split-Dalmatia, Croatia. Buy the profile here.
The Senj has been operating since 1965. The 216MW hydro project is located in Lika-Senj, Croatia. HEP-Proizvodnja have the equity stakes in this project. Buy the profile here.
For more details on the latest hydro power plants, buy the project profiles here.