Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar

Reference projects by departments


Project INOGATE Technical Secretariat and Integrated Programme in support of the Baku Initiative and the Eastern Partnership energy objectives was launched in order to support Member States in the process of increasing the energy independence, the security of supply and preventing climate change. Special Component D: Statistical cooperation support was launched in order to provide technical assistance in the field of energy statistics and harmonization of standards in Member States with international standards (IEA/EUROSTAT) and to increase the use of official statistics in energy planning and making strategies in the region. Member States of the INOGATE area are: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Ukraine, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.


2. Ionian-Adriatic Pipeline (IAP) – Feasibility study, environmental assessment and impact assessment on society

Ionian-Adriatic gas pipeline would connect the existing and planned gas transmission system of the Republic of Croatia with the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) or similar projects (connection Turkey – Greece – Italy (ITGI)). The aim of the project is to establish a new supply route for natural gas from the Middle East and the Caspian region, to the north and the Adriatic coast.

EIHP has conducted a comprehensive feasibility study, including an analysis of the infrastructure and market background, route selection and layout optimization, analysis of technical possibilities, legal and regulatory vision, cost estimates, economic and financial analysis (including a proposal of the financial structure of the project) and analysis of the imapact on the security of gas supply in the region. In addition, the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), including observation of the environment, was made. As part of the study, the institutional structure was developed and training was also conducted.


3. LNG RV – conceptual design, feasibility study, environmental assessment and impact assessment on society and preliminary design

In order to define the most appropriate size of the future LNG terminal on the island of Krk, a detailed technical study and feasibility study was conducted. As part of that study, EIHP developed a conceptual design, conducted a feasibility study consisting of a market research, layout optimization, legal vision, cost estimates, made the economic and financial analysis (including a proposal of the project’s financial structure), analysis of the imapact on the security of gas supply in the region and the business model, as well as the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) which includes observation of the environment, the preliminary design and institutional structure and training.


4. Pre-feasibility study of the southeast European product pipeline project

In order to increase the competitiveness of refineries, it is necessary to increase the utilization of production capacity, i.e. ensure competitive export of oil products to new markets. One of the key prerequisites for achieving the above-mentioned objectives is the construction of proposed product pipeline, as the safest and most effective, but also the optimal way to transport petroleum products from refineries to distribution or consumption centers. This study analysed the cost-effectiveness of Southeast European product pipeline which includes the product pipeline route connecting terminals with the refineries Rijeka, Sisak, Bosanski Brod, Pančevo, Novi Sad and Duna through several different scenarios.


5. Analysis of energy consumption and energy balance of the Town of Zagreb

With the aim of compiling the energy balance of Zagreb, the data on energy consumption in households, services, industry and transport as well as data on energy supply of the City of Zagreb were collected. For the purpose of definition of consumption in the subcategories of each sector and the spatial distribution of consumption, surveys in residential, service and transport sectors were carried out. Around 3000 households were successfully surveyed in the residential sector. The average number of household members, age and types of residential buildings, energy consumption considering the purpose of energy consumption and a number of other parameters needed for a detailed analysis of energy consumption in the household sector were defined based on survey results. Around 1,000 subjects were interviewed in the services sector. They were carefully selected depending on their scope of activity and overall energy consumption. Energy consumption in the industrial sector was determined by processing data collected from distributors of energy to industrial consumers and data from the statistical office. Analysis of energy consumption in the transport of Zagreb included the fuel consumption in the road, tram and rail transport. Methods were developed to determine the energy consumption in transport in Zagreb by city districts as well as on all city roads.


6. Compulsory stocks of oil and petroleum products at the level of the Energy Community

This project presents an overview of the existing system of compulsory oil and petroleum products, levels of stock and activities on the development of legislation for 11 countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo, Georgia, Turkey and Ukraine). Based on that project, guidelines were made containing defined activities that each of the observed states should implement in order to comply with the requirements as defined in the Energy Charter Treaty.


7. Technical assistance in the business statistics development, preparation of documents on the data quality and improving the data collection system

Projects Technical assistance in the business statistics development, preparation of documents on data quality and improving the data collection system were launched in the framework of the IPA 2009 Programme and covered the area of energy statistics and improvement of methodologies of data collection in the final energy consumption sectors: households, services and transport. The aim of projects is to determine the energy consumption indicators based on the survey of energy consumption and according to EUROSTAT’s list of variables and models for calculating energy efficiency.


8. A study of the implementation of the new Regulation (EU) 994/2010 concerning measures to safeguard security of gas supply in the Energy Community

9. Technical assistance in the project of implementation of the acquis in the field of energy statistics

10. Technical assistance in the development of business statistics, preparation of documents on data quality and improving the data collection system

11. Energy management on islands – island of Brač

12. Feasibility study of the gas pipeline system in the Republic of Macedonia with a preliminary design

13. Assessment of the potential natural gas market in countries gravitating towards the Ionian-Adriatic gas pipeline as a part of the SEE EC gas ring

14. Energy statistics in the Energy Community

15. Strategy of the development of energy infrastructure for recharging electric vehicles in the City of Zagreb


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Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar and 11 European partners have established INSIGHT_E, a multidisciplinary energy think-tank which provides the European Commission and other energy stakeholders with advice on policy options and assesses their potential impact. Thematic scope includes: energy infrastructure, new energy technologies and innovation, economic and market analysis, geopolitics and trade, climate and environmental impacts, expected societal and behavioral change. web:


2 Investment program in cogeneration units in HEP production plants for electricity and heat supply in the City of Zagreb until 2030.

This study analyses the perspectives of development of cogeneration units in the production plants of HEP Proizvodnja d.o.o. in Zagreb in terms of optimal operation of the existing and construction of new generation units, designed according to the expected development of heat consumption and environmental conditions. The study gives an overview of the consumption projections of district heating system in Zagreb until 2030, and a projection of power system development in the same period, based on the existing development plans and previous analysis.


3 REPAM (IPA) – Renewable Energy Policies Advocacy and Monitoring

Project Renewable Energy Policies Advocacy and Monitoring – REPAM, is a partnership between Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar (Zagreb, Croatia), Society for Sustainable Development Design (Zagreb, Croatia) and FOCUS (Ljubljana, Slovenia). The main objective of the project is to strengthen the capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs) and the interested public to participate in the decision-making processes in the field of renewable energy sources (RES). The specific objectives of the project include taking part in the partnership platform, knowledge and experience transfer for associations operating in the field of renewable energy establishing dialogue between local and regional authorities and associations regarding RES development. In addition to other project activities, RES potential studies are also issued for all counties in the Republic of Croatia. Based on the results of these studies, several workshops on renewable energy resources were held in the selected counties. web:


Prefeasibility study for CHP plant Slavonski Brod

The study was made within the project Consulting services in the preparation and construction of CHP Slavonski Brod. Based on a prior analysis, it gives an overview of a conceptual solution of the combined-cycle unit with gas-steam turbine process (CCGT), electric power 575 MW. It provides the analysis of the electricity, gas and heat markets, as well as the forecast of energy demand in Croatia and neighboring countries. The analysis of the project’s location aspects evaluates available capacity and technical possibilities for gas and electricity supply, transport infrastructure, cooling water intake, water discharge and the possibility of heat supply. The environmental aspects were analyzed with respect to the existing Croatian legislation. The project profitability was evaluated based on economic flow projection and basic indicators of economic contribution of this project were presented: payback period, internal rate of return, net present value and profitability index.


5 The introduction of HEP into the greenhouse gas emissions trading system

The main objective of the project was the training and preparation of HEP’s professional staff for conducting business in the new economic opportunities that are caused by the limitation of emissions of greenhouse gases. Due to legal and financial liabilities, HEP’s active and timely involvement in the emissions trading system is essential. Following activities were carried out within the project: training and consulting HEP’s professional staff on emissions trading in EU ETS, modeling of CO2 emissions effect on planning and operation of the Croatian electric power system using the open market simulator (Plexos for Power Systems), preparation of expert studies. The development and adaptation of the market simulator to the Croatian conditions provides a proper understanding of market mechanisms and impact of the emissions allowance prices in the short-term and long-term decision making, primarily on price trends, total amount of emissions and production profitability.


6 ATEsT (FP7) – Analysing Transition Planning and Systemic Energy Planning Tools for the Implementation of the Energy Technology Information System

To achieve the transition of Europe to a low carbon future, the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET – Plan) has been launched. One of the main actions of SET-Plan is the establishment of an information system which will “map” technologies and provide updated information to support policy making (SETIS). Project ATEsT was created in order to facilitate the development of this information system, with the following objectives: to review models/tools used in the European Countries, taking in mind what is used outside Europe, and what are the requirements of the SET-Plan, to identify and recommend common tools and/or methods and gain consensus on these models, to identify and recommend the existing sets of data (on technologies, energy resources, statistics etc.), and a roadmap for the development of these data on European and regional levels, to identify the roadmap for the improvement and development of tools and methods in order to cover the needs of the SET-Plan implementation.


 7 Investment programme: Construction of Block C in TP Sisak

8 Analyses of impacts of the regional electricity market on the Croatian transmission network

9 Valorisation of candidate power plants in theSouth-Eastern Europe

10 Impact of wind generation on the electricity  system operation costs in Republic of Croatia

11 Model of planning the safety of operation of the energy system one year in advance

12 The state of consumption and costs of energy at Hrvatske autoceste and Autocesta Rijeka-Zagreb

13 The project of operation rationalization and new legislation in the area of energy management at HAC

14 Development of a new model of the Croatian electricity market

15 Cogeneration market research study in the Republic of Croatia


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1. Transmission system planning project in South East Europe (since 2001)

Regional transmission system planning project within the Cooperation Initiative in South East Europe (SECI TSP) is a unique example of cooperation between Transmission System Operators in the region with the support of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the US Energy Association (USEA). The project started in 2001 and is still active. Members of the SECI TSP are 10 Transmission System Operators i.e. Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Romania and Turkey. Slovenia, Greece and Italy act as observers in this project. Within the project, a detailed PSS/E software model of the transmission network in the region was developed and verified for different time horizons 2015 – 2020 – 2025. The same software package is established and used in the whole region (PSS/E). In addition, using this model 10 joint study analyses were developed on different topics of mutual interest for transmission activities for the entire region. Also, numerous meetings were held as well as workshops and study tours.


2. Short, medium and long term development plans of the transmission network in Croatia and in the region


3. Development plans for the distribution network in Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina


4. Reliability study of the electricity system of Macedonia

One of the regular activities of the EIHP is preparing development plans related to the transmission and distribution network that includes an analysis of consumption and system load in the upcoming short,, medium and long terms, techno-economic analyses of network element candidates for revitalization and construction, application of new technologies, integration of new network users in the system, analysis of the impact of neighboring systems, the development of the electricity market, etc.


5. Impact of distributed generation on the distribution system operation

Within this Study all practical cases have been analyzed that may occur when connecting power plants to the distribution network (considering the type of power plant, rated connection voltage, point of connection, connection capacity and power plant operating mode). Various aspects of the operation have been analyzed (corresponding regulations, power flows, voltage profile, reactive power compensation, required studies, protection system settings, island operation, parallel operation, billing metering point, power quality). The topic is covered in detail for the purposes of the Croatian Power Company (HEP), as well as Power Company of the Croatian Community of Herceg-Bosna (EP HZHB). The aim of this study  was to define the technical requirements for the connection of distributed generation to the distribution network which should become rulebook/standard in the future.


6. Analysis of the equivalent load profiles

In the process of electricity market opening, hourly (15-minute) load profiles and production curves are becoming extremely important for the formation of hourly production plans, electricity trade, electricity supply to final consumers, and in particular for monitoring and settlement of balancing energy (deviation of the reported contractual schedules).

Equipping final customers (metering points) with interval meters and storing their load curves makes it possible to read and follow load profiles of those customers in given time frame (accounting period). In accordance with the Grid Code of the Republic of Croatia, load curves of are not measured for a large group of customers which make a large proportion of the load of the system (households and businesses connected load up to 30 kW). Accordingly, for the latter customer group (accounting points) it is necessary to analytically determine hourly (15 minutes) consumption based on the actual consumption.

In the period from 2006 till 2012, EIHP launched four studies for HEP DSO. Based on these studies, in April 2011 a standardized annual replacement load curves (NKO) were  officially introduced. There are four characteristic groups of customers (KSK). Also, rules for NKO application in the Croatian Electricity Market (TEE) were introduced for the calculation of load curves at metering points with no measured and validated data within the accounting period. One study specifically deals with the regulation of the subsequent settlement of balancing energy. In 2013 and 2014, two studies were prepared for the Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency (HERA). The studies provided insight into the methodology for the determination of balancing electricity prices, as well as the proposal for balancing mechanism and settlement of balancing groups on the electricity market.


7. Recommendations for quality of service data collection, reporting and auditing in the Energy Community

The purpose of the Study was to provide detailed set of recommendations for the quality of electricity service data collecting, reporting and auditing and the gradual development of the quality of service regulation, aimed at improving the quality of electricity service in the Energy Community, with regard to:

  • the continuity of supply (CoS);
  • the voltage quality (VQ);
  • the commercial quality (CQ).


 8. Assistance to regulatory agencies in the introduction and improvement of the Regulation on the quality of services in the Energy Community

The overall objective of the Study was to start up the activities on introduction and improvement of the quality of electricity service within the Energy Community Regulatory Board and other Energy Community institutions. The Study enabled regulators, primarily, to ensure that liberalisation of the electricity market is achieved without any worsening of the quality of service.

The Study evaluated and adopted recommendations and measures of the ECRB and the CEER on the quality of service regulation. The basis for the Study is in the application of the best experiences of the European Union Member States to the markets of the Energy Community including necessary adjustments to (national) market specificities of the region’s markets. The Study covered (at that time) seven Contracting Parties to the Energy Community and four Observer countries subject to formal application and actual participation by concerned regulatory authorities.


9. Benchmarking study of the distribution system operators in South Eastern Europe

This SEE DSO Benchmarking Study is the most comprehensive DSO benchmarking study in South East region and wider. Large set of input data was collected by 9 SEE DSOs as well as 11 US DSOs, covering indicators on General details, Operational Performance, Losses Performance, Metering, Billing, Revenue Collection, Financial Performance and Customer Service (Care). The Study consists of 15 chapters (245 pages), including 97 tables and 218 figures. There were more than hundred performance indicators analyzed here, compiled and used for a comparative analysis to benchmark the performance of the DSOs in the region against one another as well as against a utilities in North America.


10. Guidelines for Grid Code for Renewables in Black Sea countries

The overall objective of the Guidelines was to establish them as an easy guide for the Black Sea TSOs, NRAs and policy related decision makers, presenting an inventory of fundamental assumptions, approaches, mechanisms, tools, best practices and national experiences in the RES Grid Code development. It should help and guide all of the interested stakeholders in the region in further promotion of the RES growth in an environmentally friendly and harmonized way.

More closely, the Guidelines provided basic technical background and application details to support the understanding of the connection of the intermittent RES to the electricity network. It was related to the various forms of the intermittent RES generation technologies and the associated connection issues. Additionally, the background and rationale of the technical requirements will be discussed in terms of their operation with the power system. Technical descriptions and implementation guidance are also presented.


11. Consultancy services in the process of Capital increase of Montenegro Electricity

EIHP served as technical consultant in the process of capital increase of Power Company of Montenegro. It included various technical and regulatory aspects of the whole process, as well as company restructuring activities to fulfill requirements from EU Directives. Finally, the process of capital increase was very successful. It resulted with large transaction and acquisition of minority shares and management contract by Italian company A2A.


12.Regulatory framework for integration of renewable energy sources in Western Balkan countries

This framework project included several studies covering different technical, economical and regulatory aspects of RES integration in Western Balkan countries. EIHP participated in the studies for Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania.


13.Support in the process of privatization of the Kosovo Power Company (analysis of various regulatory aspects, cost of service study, analysis of the regional electricity market, etc.)

Within this large project EIHP provided set of different activities, such as analyses of various regulatory aspects for market opening, cost of service study, support to tariff system settings, analysis of the regional electricity market, etc.


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1 The second phase of reference buildings – determination of minimum energy performance requirements for multiapartment buildings, office buildings and other nonresidential buildings (seven categories of buildings) in the continental and coastal areas of Croatia, built in the period before 1970, 1970-2006 and after 2006.

 In the framework of the second phase of benchmark buildings, minimum energy performance requirements were determined for seven categories of buildings (multiapartment buildings, office buildings, education facilities, hotels, shops, hospitals and sport halls), including nearly zero energy buildings based on cost optimisation analyses according to Article 5 of the Directive 2010/31/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on the energy performance of buildings (EPBD) of 19th May 2010.
The cost accounting level is the level of energy efficiency which results in the lowest expense during the estimated life time. The lowest expense is determined taking into consideration the investment expenses, energy expenses during the life span, maintenance expenses, operative expenses and disposal expenses. For each of the seven categories of buildings and for each examined period different external envelope refurbishment levels were analyzed in combination with different termotechnical systems (different sources of heat and cooling energy, different modes of hot water preparation, ventilation and partial air conditioning systems with or without the installed system for heat recovery. The calculation of primary energy is conducted according to the Algorithm for the Calculation of Energy Performance of Buildings, developed by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Arhitecture Zagreb.

 2 Technical, financial, and environmental analysis of RES usage

EIHP has produced a significant number of technical, financial and environmental expert analyses for various types of power plants: wind, biogas, biomass, photovoltaic and hydropower plants. The clients were financial institutions or potential investors in the projects. Expert analyses represents expert and highly specialized evaluation of the project in a particular development phase, and is aimed at timely identification of potential project risks which may compromise project feasibility and profitability. Typical clients for this type of service are financial institutions (commercial and development banks, investment funds etc.), companies and private investors. The role of EIHP in this analysis depends on client needs and it can include partial or complete technical analysis and document review in the following domains:

  • RES potentials, properties and particularities
  • net power plant production and evaluation of uncertainty
  • suitability and justifiability of technical solution for a power plant, certificate status for the equipment
  • suitability of technical connection to the grid and compliance with the relevant regulations and requirements of the system operator
  • audit and evaluation of project solution for a power plant
  • analysis of capital investments and operative expenses, financial evaluation of the project, audit and revision of financial model
  • technical examination of contracts (equipment delivery contract, service contract, construction contract)
  • examination of permits and contracts with public administration, system operators and institutions- examination and evaluation of project time schedule- individual and integral evaluation of project risks.

3 PRO-E-BIKE – promotion of electric bicycles and scooters for the delivery of goods and services in urban areas (IEE projekt)

PRO-E-BIKE project promotes clean and energy efficient vehicles, electric bicycles and electric scooters (common name “E – bikes”), for the delivery of goods and passenger transport among private and public bodies such as delivery companies, public administration and citizens in European urban areas, as an alternative to “conventionally fossil fuelled” vehicles. The project worth EUR 1.3 million started in April 2013 and will end in April 2016.The project actions are directed towards E-bike market uptake and promotion of policies that stimulate the usage of E-bikes in urban transport. Therefore, PRO-E-BIKE aims for a change in behaviour of target groups in urban areas manifested in their decision to replace their conventionally fuelled vehicles with E- bikes. Pilots among target groups will not only help the project to achieve its objectives, but will also enable the demonstration of measurable effects in terms of CO2 emission reduction and energy savings by inclusion of E-bikes in urban transport. The actions planned by PRO-E-BIKE are expected to shift urban delivery transport from fossil fuel delivery vehicles toward E-bike vehicles, and thus to reduce noise and pollution in urban areas, reduce congestion, save energy and create new market opportunities for the local economy.


4 Determination of minimal energy performance requirements for a single family building in the continental and coastal areas of Croatia for the period until 1970, 1970- 1987, and after 1987, including nearly zero energy buildings, and the determination of national factors for primary energy for all energy carriers and energy systems as well as of CO2 emission factor for the Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning

5 Integral system for waste water sludge disposal by thermal treatment

6. Biofuels production and usage stimulation programme in the transport in the Zadar County for the period 2013 – 2015.

7 Climate change adaptation plan for the City of Zagreb – 1st and 2nd phase

8 Wind parameters measurement at measurement stations Umčić and Bili brig

9 Development and implementation of support for web application and database for the Wind Atlas of the Zadar County

10 Energy certification of the Croatian National Bank

11 Staff capacity building training in energy efficiency, renewable energy and environmental management for HAMAG INVEST

12 “PV Financial Guidelines” – Financial guidelines for photovoltaic systems (study for the IPA Adriatic project SEA-R)

13 Expert services of wind measurement and calculation of energy production from wind energy for the potential wind power plant Orlovača

14 Preparation of a guidance document on wind energy development and nature conservation

15 Technical revision of photovoltaic power plants on the island of Mali Lošinj

16 Various European projects, just to mention a few: MOBINCITY – Smart mobility in smart city, REPUBLIC MED – Retrofitting public spaces in Intelligent Mediterranean Cities; YEACI Project – Yearly Appliance Energy Cost Indication, Biomass Policies…

17 Professional training program for persons performing energy audits and/or energy certification of buildings MODULE 1 and MODULE 2, and Permanent Expert Development Training Programme.


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1 Program of using efficiency potentials in heating and cooling for the period 2016-2030 

Client: Ministry of Economy

According to the Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/12/EC), the Croatian Government is obligated to adopt a Program of using efficiency potentials in heating and cooling for the period 2016-2030. The program will include the possibility of heating and cooling system development, based on present energy consumption and /or renewal of the existing infrastructure. The program will also determine the potential for additional high-efficiency cogeneration and the energy efficiency potential of district heating systems.


2 Croatian Private Sector Support Facility (CroPSSF)

Client: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

Croatian Private Sector Support Facility (CroPSSF) is a credit line intended for Croatian companies that want to invest in energy efficient technologies (CroPSSF Sustainable Energy) and/or in product quality improvement, implementing EU standards (CroPSSF Competitiveness). This project is funded by the EU, developed by the EBRD and implemented by the EIHP in cooperation with its partners – Fichtner GmbH & Co. KG Germany and CTZ Ltd. Zagreb.

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3 Industry Energy Audits Scheme and Introduction of Efficient Electric Drives

Client:  Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund (FZOEU)

The project proposes a promotional scheme that includes a methodology for industry energy audits, possible measures resulting from the energy audit and a method of verification of the proposed measures. Special emphasis is put on the introduction of more efficient electric drives, since they represent a huge energy saving potential. In addition to technical aspects, the proposed scheme also contains an economic and financial model to encourage the implementation of energy audits in industry and the co – financing of measures related to modernization and improvement of industrial electric drives efficiency.


4 IEE project SDHplus – New business opportunities for solar district heating and cooling

The project is aimed at enabling a wider use of solar energy in district heating across Europe, which will be achieved by using innovative business and marketing models, and through the transfer of knowledge, experiences and best practices.

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5 Draft proposals of the natural gas storage regulation model, natural gas transport tariff system and regulatory account model

6 Draft Agreement on the commercial and technical conditions of heat supply

7 Intelligent Energy Europe Framework Program – integral analysis of district heating and cooling systems regulations in 14 European countries

8 Social aspects of electricity prices

9 Institution and stakeholder analysis of energy sector reforms in Croatia (vulnerable consumer protection)

10 Draft proposals of energy laws

11 Optimal technical and economic solutions of power plant construction

12 Feasibility analysis of connection to the district heating system

13 Development of an investment program for energy efficiency refurbishment and use of RES in public and residential buildings, private services and manufacturing sector in Croatia

14 Green public procurement


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  1. From static to mobile: Information-communication system of the Institute
  2. Development and implementation of the project, process and document management system,
  3. Implementation of ISO 9001
  4. Standardization of form and content of study prepared by the Institute 5. Proofreading of publications produced by the Institute 6. Library’s information and documentation work 7. Processing of archival records (collecting, preserving, arranging and selecting archival and current records of the Institute)
  5. Implementation of document digitalization system and paperless office
  6. Improvement of the cooling and heating system of the Institute building with the aim of decreasing costs and improving automation
  7. Integrated security system and surveillance of the Institute building


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