- Karlovac County
- Slunj (Croatia)
- 0 Years, 0 months.
- 197.460 €
- 25 (kWh/ m2/ y)
- Energy service agreements (EPC, ESC)
- 1.000 m2 < X < 4.000 m2
RESReconstruction of heating system through replacement of existing boiler (heating oil) with biomass boiler in primary school Slunj according energy supply contract (ESC). Primary school Slunj: • Before modernization: o Boiler: 800 kW fuel oil boiler o Consumption: 326.400 kWh annually • After modernization: o Boiler: 300 kW wood chips boiler o Consumption: The information contained herein is an estimation. Real information we will have after completing a heating season and obtain access to all accounts.
- 1.000 m2 < X < 4.000 m2
- school (education
Total Investment: 197.460 €
% of own resources: 47
% funded: 53
Energy service agreements (EPC, ESC)
47% is financed by private partner. Energy service agreements (EPC, ESC) Public-private partnership Procurement procedure: Tendering procedure is very complicated Project development: EPC market is in early development phase
- Procurement procedure
- Project development
- Increased employment
- Lower emissions
- Outreach and awareness
- Improved quality (# of people affected)
- Other social benefits
• Increased employment: 7 -10 employees • Lower emissions: 160 ton CO2/Annualy • Other social benefits: Increasing employment, economic growth, environmentally friendly energy source, increased value of the properties, Improved energy balance of the local environment, increased security and reliability of supply of thermal energy, Development of biomass market.
- pre-defined price from service providers for necessary thermal energy for heating produced from biomass (10 years period) - 41% lower price for thermal energy than the average price of thermal energy from the fuel oil, which was paid in period 2011 - 2014
Most of the schools in Karlovac County are using fuel oil for heating which causes high heating costs. In order to achieve energy savings, Karlovac county in cooperation with REGEA successfully implemented a Energy Performance Contracting model. The term Energy Performance Contracting (or EPC) is a business model in which a site owner outsources energy services to a third party for a defined period. This means that energy is supplied and/or comprehensive energy saving measures are implemented by an energy contractor, rather than by the owner. The energy contractor is a specialist service company that takes on all of the tasks (e.g. planning, construction, financing and operational management of a heating plant) as well as the risks associated with the energy service.
Yes. Primary school Slave Raškaj Ozalj
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