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01.01.2024. - 30.06.2026.


2.508.094,99 €

Project Description

ESINERGY project aims to solve one of the key issues in modern energy technology, this is to manage the imbalance between the generated power and the load into the electrical network, which is not adequate for the forthcoming needs such as rising consumption, energy demand etc.

Project will introduce the pilot approaches to reduce the peak loads directly in electrical networks, so that the producers could use the energy for own purposes (heat pumps, energy storages, charging stations, energy communities which can balance quite well differences of generation and demand) and support self-supply. Afterwards, the policy planning referring to peak loads will be improved through transnational strategy so that the measures could be replicated in other areas.


Reducing the peak loads by pilot actions aims to make the regions greener and energy independent by introducing the pilot action measures based on the different approaches for reduction of the energy feed-in the electrical network, to reduce peak loads by energy prosumers, maximize the performance of their PV systems, and achieve energy independence on the basis of several included pilots from the various sectors that use renewable energy sources.

Transnational strategy for reduction of peak loads and the correct implementation of the Directive Development of the joint strategy and action plan (Master plan) for better managing and implementation of the approaches for reduction of the energy feed-in and rightful implementation of the Directive based on the pilot actions.

Transferring of the results and policy support activities which will improve national, regional, and local energy planning for enhanced governance by adoption of the strategy and action plan while transferring the solutions in the new areas.  Propose solutions based on executed and tested pilot activities that stakeholders and target groups can accept and replicate in their own environments.

The goal is to install a PV power plant and a battery energy storage system (BESS) on an JP Elektroprivreda BIH existing office building.  This pilot investment should show the benefits of consumption-production optimization on a small-scale system (a micro-grid concept).  Simultaneous use of two energy storage solutions (an electric car and a battery system) will improve energy management that will lead to additional economic benefits and affect the investment parameters of the PVPP.  Coupling of Electricity and Transport sectors on a level of a micro-grid system.


The plan is also to create model for construction of PVPP for customers, which are being supplied by JP Elektroprivreda BiH. The simultaneous use of two energy storage solutions (an electric car and a battery system) is one part of a solution that can help smoothing out the load curve. The realization of the pilot concept comprising PVPP, battery storage unit and EV charging station, in the office building, along the optimization and testing such a 100% RES smart micro-grid, would help decision on installation similar systems of appropriate sizing, as well as creating recommendations on consumption management with the aim of maximizing usage of electricity  produced in PVPP in such a smart grid concept across the Danube region.  


LP - Local energy agency Pomurje, Slovenia

PP2 - Smart house, institution for research and sustainable development Martjanci, Slovenia

PP3 - Medjimurje Energy Agency Ltd., Croatia

PP4 - Medjimurje County, Croatia

PP5 - Energy and Innovation Centre of Weiz, Austria

PP6 - B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH, Germany

PP7 - Electricity Company Hindelang, Germany

PP8 - IMRO-DDKK Nonprofit Ltd., Hungary

PP9 - Zala County Self-Government, Hungary

PP10 - Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia

PP11 - Union of Bulgarian Black Sea Local Authorities, Bulgaria

PP12 - Romanian Association for Technology Transfer and Innovation, Romania

PP13 - RARIS - Regional Development Agency Eastern Serbia, Serbia

PP14 – Sarajevo Economic Regional Development Agency SERDA

PP15 - Environmental Protection Fund of Montenegro, Montenegro

PP16 - Association “Energy Efficient Cities of Ukraine”, Ukraine


Edin Mulahusić,

Faruk Cerić,