The Central European Gateway For Renewable Energy Import
Green Energy Park Krk is a unique midstream facility by the North Adriatic Sea. It is strategically located on the island of Krk, Croatia. It’s deepwater seaport and terminal infrastructure are key for unlocking the value chain of renewable ammonia, distributed into South-Central-Europe.
Renewable ammonia, sourced from more than six different locations around the world, will be stored and distributed from Krk. The 153ha freehold property has direct access to a deepwater seaport, on-site ammonia storage facilities, and is built around brand-new infrastructure.
Thanks to the geographical proximity to the industrial heartlands of Northern Italy and Southern Germany, we will serve the fast-expanding green energy demand of the region. Distribution channels are available by barge, rail, and road, which are short and cost-effective.
Green Energy Park KRK is located in the centre of Europe in the north Adriatic sea and is seen as the Southern Gateway for the European hydrogen import
Renewable ammonia will be sourced from a minimum of eight locations around the world.
Our objective is to source, import, and distribute 10 million tons of renewable ammonia per year. The staged development program will start in early 2024 and run through 2030. At completion, total investments will be more than 2,5 billion Euros.