The 28 MW HPP Mokrice is the last in the chain of six hydroelectric
power plants on the lower Sava River. It is a hydroelectric power plant
of the run-of-the-river and reservoir type, with three bulb-type
generating units with a combined rated discharge of 500 m3/s, five
spillways and an average annual production output of 146,92 GWh.
The zone of influence of HPP Mokrice spans the area from the confluence of the Sava and the Krka rivers to the Croatian border. In this area, measures will be taken to ensure optimal use of electricity while making sure the present natural conditions do not deteriorate in any way. On account of its natural characteristics, the confluence of the two rivers presents a specific issue that needs to be addressed with special care and attention. Sustainable regulation work has been planned for the confluence that will help preserve the Krka’s ecosystem and natural scenery of the river’s final section before discharging into the Sava.
This power plant is going to be fully automated, unmanned and remotely operated from the control centre.