Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions permit

Requirements for carrying out activities that emit greenhouse gases

To obtain a GHG emissions permit for installations or aircraft

Required documents:

Application for the issuance of a GHG emissions permit, which contains:

– description of the installation and activity, including the technology used

– description of raw and auxiliary materials the use of which leads to greenhouse gas emissions

– sources of GHG emissions

The application has to include:

– 2 written copies of the monitoring plan signed by an authorized installation representative (from the register of companies)

– 2 CDs containing the monitoring plan in the prescribed format


HRK 35 (for the application), Account IBAN HR1210010051863000160,

MODEL HR64, reference number: 5002-47053-OIB (personal identification number of the legal person))

e-ACCESS to the activity service

  • e-SERVICE single location for submitting your application and documentation for obtaining approval.

Information: You will receive a confirmation email of receipt of your request and a confirmation of the approval through email..

Useful informations:

  1. Without the need to apply in person (saving at least half the time).
  2. No obligation for stamping (no longer a requirement for accessing the service market).
  3. No obligation for revenue markers (confirmation of online payment of a fee is accepted)
  4. The competent authority is obliged to issue an approval within 30 days (from date of duly submitted documentation, after the deadline for administration reply has expired).
  5. Once the approval is obtained, performance of this service activity can begin.

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Competent authority and regulations:

Ministry of Environment and Energy

Radnička cesta 80, 10000 Zagreb

+385 (0) 1 3717-111

Air Protection Act (OG 130/11, 47/14, 61/17 and 118/18)

Regulation on the method of greenhouse gas emission allowance trading (OG 69/12, 154/14)

Regulation on the manner of free allocation of emission allowances to installations and monitoring, reporting and verification of reports on greenhouse gas emissions from installations and aircraft in the period starting from 1 January 2013 (OG 70/15)

Authorisation for performance of activities:

GHG emissions permit for installations or aircraft

Legal remedy:

An appeal may not be lodged against the decision however an administrative dispute may be instituted. The legal remedy is an integral part of every decision.

All information comes from the regulations within the scope of the competent authority.

Updated: 15/10/2019

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