Golea Marie Model


Energy Agency of Savinjska, Šaleška and Koroška Region – KSSENA (Slovenia)

  • Municipality of Brda
  • Brda (Slovenia)
  • 2013
  • 15 Years, 0 months.
  • Education
  • EE (Active measures), RES, HVAC, Lighting, Energy Management, Passive measures
  • 1.265.821,78 €
  • 15
  • Energy service agreements (EPC, ESC)
  • 1.000 m2 < X < 4.000 m2

  • EE (Active measures), RES, HVAC, Lighting, Energy Management, Passive measures
    Building envelope Windows Roof Renewable energy sources (solar collectors for hot sanitary water) Building energy systems/energy source (renovation of boiler room - biomass) Optimized systems (instalment of new circulatory pumps) Optimized systems (thermostatic valves) Monitoring (central monitoring system – CNS)
    • 1.000 m2 < X < 4.000 m2
  • Before After
    196,22 MWh 188,75 MWh
    619,22 MWh 371,54 MWh
    2012 2015
  • Total Investment: 1.265.821,78 €
    % of own resources: 21
    % funded: 78
  • Energy service agreements (EPC, ESC)

    • Complexity in blending grants with FIs
    • Balance sheet restrictions and limitations under public accounting rules
    • Lower emissions
    • Increased energy security and reduced dependence on foreign imports
    • Improvements to public budget
    • Outreach and awareness
    • Improved quality (# of people affected)

  • First level measurement carried out through central monitoring systems in place within the renovated buildings and verified with the local facilitators (energy agency – GOLEA) established system for energy monitoring and targeting (altogether 12 municipalities included).

  • EU Cohesion Policy (Structural funds) 2007 – 2013 Framework agreement between the government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Swiss Federal Council concerning the implementation of the Slovenian – Swiss cooperation programme to reduce economic and social disparities within the enlarged EU

  • Innovative financing model GOLEA Marie. Key features: The Municipalities own implementation of energy renovation measures (under public private partnership) securing funds from Grants allowing for (as the owner of buildings and equipment) entitled the remuneration from achieved energy savings. After the implementation of measures, the buildings are put under ESCO management (with a single payment from the contractor to the local authority)) who takes over the guarantee of energy savings and associated risk for the entire contracting period. Concession agreement based on the BTO (Build-Transfer-Operate) model. Guaranteed savings are divided with a 9:1 ratio between the ESCO and the municipality, while additional savings are divided with a ratio 1:1 (50/50).

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