In 2020, the Croatian government signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the company H2O Power to build a network of 14 hydrogen refueling stations throughout the country by 2025. These stations would be located in major cities and along from the main highways.
And with this objective the Croatian Parliament welcomed the proposal of a national strategy on hydrogen until 2050, underlining the importance of economic development based on hydrogen, the production of own energy and the increase in the production of electricity from renewable sources. .
Asked if Croatia is ready for the first phase of the strategy, from 2020 to 2024, whose objective is to guarantee the production of one million tons of renewable hydrogen, the Secretary of State recalled that, within the framework of the National Recovery Plan, Croatia has committed to install 10 refueling stations in the next three years and to finance a certain number of electrolysers.