//RELaTED Project was presented at the General Assembly of the HOLISDER Project

RELaTED Project was presented at the General Assembly of the HOLISDER Project

Public Utility Company “Beogradske elektrane” hosts the General Assembly of the HOLISDER Project funded by the European Union through the HORIZON 2020 Program. At the session, RELaTED Project was presented.

RELaTED Project was presented at the General Assembly of the HOLISDER ProjectFrom 16th to 18th of October 2018, “Beogradske elektrane” hosts the General Assembly of the HOLISDER Project funded by the European Union through the HORIZON 2020 Program. The participants were addressed by Director of the Department for Development and Investments of Beogradske elektrane Mr. Zoran Spasenovski and Project leaders on behalf of Beogradske elektrane Mr. Bojan Bogdanović and Mr. Radmilo Savić, as well as Mr. Ander Romero, Project Coordinator.

PUC “Beogradske elektrane”, according to the statement, is currently engaged in three EU-funded projects, for which realization funds amounting to more than 400,000 euros have been approved.

Within the Project HORIZON 2020, “Beogradske elektrane” was engaged in the Project “MOEEBIUS”, whose goal was to define tools and methods for reducing the difference between planned and realized energy consumption in the buildings and building blocks, improved maintenance tools etc.

“Beogradske elektrane” is currently engaged in three EU-funded projects: HOLISDER, MOEEBIUS and RELATED.

The second Project presented is “HOLISDER” and represents the continuation and improvement of the Project MOEEBIUS, and it is realized at the same pilot location for a period of 36 months with the participation of 13 partners from 9 EU countries, including Serbia. The objectives of this project are to address the needs of the consumers, as well as the rational use of energy.

The third Project is “RELATED” and refers to new solutions in district heating and cooling using low temperature networks or heat sources. The duration of the Project is 48 months with the participation of 15 partners from 8 countries.

For over two decades “Beogradske elektrane” has been investing efforts to increase the energy efficiency of the system, reducing the negative impact of combustion of fuels on the environment, and improving the quality of the service in order to increase customer satisfaction, the statement said.

2018-10-31T11:56:32+00:00October 31st, 2018|News|