For the Republic of Croatia 1 January 2014 was set as the date from which the EU ETS scheme would also cover all domestic flights within Croatia as well as flights between Croatia and non-EEA countries (hereinafter: additional flights). As a result of the extension of the EU Emission Trading System Croatia has through Air protection law (OG 130/11) included the aviation sector into the emission allowance trading system by which the system is expanded to cover additional flights.
The aircraft operator which performs additional aviation activities need to submit to the Ministry Environmental and Nature Protection for approval the plan for monitoring and reporting on greenhouse gas emissions, drawn up in the Croatian or English language for the trading period from 2014 to 2020, at the latest by 30 September 2012
. The approval shall be issued based on the opinion obtained from the Croatian Environment Agency about conformity the monitoring plan with requirements set by Decision 2009/339/EC amending Decision 2007/589/EC as regards the inclusion of monitoring and reporting guidelines for emissions and tonne-kilometre data from aviation activities.
The plan for monitoring and reporting on greenhouse gas emissions, drawn up in the Croatian or English language, signed by the authorised person and stamped with the company stamp, is submitted by the operators to the Ministry of Environmental and Nature Protection, Zagreb, Ulica Republike Austrije 14 and by e-mail to Ms Madlena Ožanić to the following address: email@example.com
Delivery of Notification to aircraft operators on the submission of the plan for monitoring and reporting on greenhouse gas emissions for flights within Croatia and between Croatia and non-EEA countries