Croatian Customers Being Offered Electricity Savings of Up to 30%

By 13 February 2023

February the 13th, 2023 - Croatian customers are being offered electricity prices with up to 30 percent slashed off the overall cost, representing a more than attractive offer for many during these crisis-filled times.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, after having successfully attracted the first group of users, the company Nano Energies, which deals with optimising the production and consumption of electricity for business users and balancing the network, has started working right here in the Republic of Croatia and aiming its savings towards Croatian residents.

Its first users of all are biogas and biomass plants, which are now part of the company's virtual power plant with almost 20 MW of flexible electricity.

Among the key users is Energija (Energy) Gradec, which, as the largest producer of electricity from biogas plants in the Republic of Croatia, accounts for a fifth of the total domestic production of this type of energy.

Energija Gradec, with its five biogas plants, has a license to produce energy from a total of 9.8 MW of installed capacity, and annually produces around 80,000 MWh of electricity.

As Dominik Maricevic, the country manager of this primarily Czech company explains, Nano Energies can help users reduce their overall energy costs by 10 to 30 percent, without having to transform their daily operations.

"Out users don't even notice our actions because the whole process takes place automatically. For companies that work around the clock and whose energy consumption varies, the cost savings can be even greater," says Maricevic.

The move will certainly be attactive to Croatian customers, be they business owners battling rising costs or otherwise as we continue to try to find a reasonable path through this ongoing energy crisis in which everyone is going to have to tighten their proverbial belts.

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