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Project Summary

GReENERGY

Project title:

Greening the cities – Development and promotion of energy efficiency and sustainable urban environment in the cities of Croatia-Serbia cross-border region

Project’s Priority Axis:

Protecting the environment and biodiversity, improving risk prevention and promoting sustainable energy and energy efficiency

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Project summary

The common territorial challenges in the Croatian-Serbian cross-border region are increased energy consumption by public buildings due to their insufficient energy efficiency, insufficient usage of renewable energy and lack of knowledge related to energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy sources (RES) among authorities and general public. The project approach in addressing these challenges is by jointly developing and implementing green roofs and walls as well as solar panels on selected public buildings in Osijek and Novi Sad (one building in each city) supplemented with promotional and educational activities related to EE and RES topics. Green roofs and walls will be implemented in order to improve buildings energy efficiency and thus decrease their energy consumption. Solar panels will be deployed on building roofs in order to promote, produce and use renewable energy for green walls and roofs maintenance, air conditioning and light in buildings, preparation of hot water, thus promoting circular economy principles. The main project objective is to improve the energy efficiency of public buildings with the usage of green roofs and walls, to produce and use RES using solar panels and to promote EE and RES usage to public and private sector. The project outputs are estimated to reach about 213 kW of additional renewable energy production and efficiency. Achievement of the project will positively affect target groups, i.e. local and regional public authorities, sectoral agencies, NGOs, private sector, pupils and students, workers in buildings, and general public of two cities - about 400000 people. Cities agencies, private sector, NGOs and general public will benefit from developed infrastructure and knowledge transfer while project partners will gain new partnership for future cooperation in the region.

Acronim: GReENERGY
Project code: HR-RS290
Lead partner: University of Novi Sad Faculty of Sciences – UNSPMF (Serbia)
Partners: PUC City Greenery Novi Sad – GREEN (Serbia)
  City of Novi Sad - City Administration for Property and Property-Rights Affairs – GNSGUI (Serbia)
  Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture Osijek – GRAFOS (Croatia)
  City of Osijek – OSIJEK (Croatia)
Duration: July 15th 2019 – January 14th 2022
Total project budget: 1.360.313,15 Euros
EU co-finansing amount: 1.156.266,16 Euros (85%)
Contact:
stevan.savic@dgt.uns.ac.rs (Stevan Savić, project manager)

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The project is co-financed by ERDF and IPA II funds of the European Union

This website has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union.

The content of the website is the sole responsibility of Faculty of Sciences and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union and/ or the Managing Authority.