Croatian Minister of Economy Tomislav Panenic confirmed that the fee for electricity produced from renewable sources will be increased at the beginning of 2017, but claims that the price of electricity for end consumers will remain the same.
Currently, this fee is at the level of 0.00455 euros/kWh (without VAT) and, according to Minister Panenic, it should increase to between 0.013 and 0.0156 euros/kWh, who denied media reports claiming that the fee will increase up to 0.0195 euros/kWh.
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