A number of Croatian energy projects is included in the newly published list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI) for the European Union, which will be able to receive funding from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).
Every two years, the European Commission prepares the new list of projects, while the latest PCI list included 173 projects related to electricity and natural gas. The key criterion is that the project has a significant impact on the cross-border development of electricity and gas markets for at least two EU member states.
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Tags: Croatia, electricity interconnection, EU funding, gas interconnection, gas pipeline, LNG terminal, PCI