CB-GREEN: Cross-Border – Green, Renewable & Energy Efficiency Network
City of Zadar (Zadar County, Republic of Croatia)
Municipality of Neum and City of Mostar (Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Duration: 1.4. 2015. – 31.3. 2017.
Project is co-financed by the European Union, IPA Cross-Border Programme Croatia – Bosnia and Herzegovina 2007-2013
Total budget of the project: 499.066,54 EUR
EU financing: 420.328,22 EUR
To protect and preserve the environment and encourage the sustainable use of natural resources in border regions of Zadar County and Herzegovina-Neretva Canton through joint actions and awareness rising campaigns on energy efficiency and renewable energy system utilization in public sector.
To improve energy management system in local communities and to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy systems in cross-border area trough joint initiative of partners from Zadar County and Herzegovina-Neretva Canton.
–established effective cross-border partnership for improving energy management system in local communities;
–defined sustainable energy policy for Zadar, Neum and Mostar;
–created EE&RES projects network for Zadar County and Herzegovina-Neretva Canton;
–organised and/or strengthened EE teams and EE info points within local government of Zadar, Neum and Mostar;
–improved managing and technical capacities of public institutions in implementing EE&RES;
–implemented new EE&RES technologies on demonstrative locations in Zadar and Neum;
–raised awareness on energy efficiency, and sustainable use of natural resources in cross-border area
Specific outputs for each location
Vladimir Nazor and Queen Jelena parks
Outputs: removed old lightning systems in (108 lamps); set up new LED lightning systems (108 lamps); 60-70% energy savings, reduction in emission of CO2 by 60-70%
Neum promenade and peninsula Klek
Neum – city promenade: 1 LED lightning system implemented on 300 m of promenade; 60-70% reduction in emission of CO2 and decrease in energy consumption on promenade; 60 new EE lights, 84 replacements of old ones
Peninsula Klek (Neum): 1 solar energy system implemented in peninsula Klek; 15 solar lightning poles constructed with batteries and other necessary equipment; implementing of solar system reduces emission of CO2 by 100%