Priority Axis 1 - Innovative and smart region

Overview

Overview

Project Summary

The recent Heating and Cooling Strategy from Commission indicated that emissions related to energy used for heating and cooling of buildings can be significantly reduced with technologies which use renewable energy sources and have high efficiency. Taking this into consideration the SEADRION project aim to support the development of a regional innovation system for the Adriatic-Ionian area with the installation of 3 renewable energy facilities in the public buildings located in Greece and western and south part of Adriatic Croatia. These facilities are seawater heat pump, an innovation system that uses the thermal energy contained in a reservoir (sea) to achieve the cooling and thermal energy in the buildings which are close to the sea. The main objective of the SEADRION is to identify benefits and barriers associated with the use of this technology and to find a system solution designed to improve the use of the seawater heat pump technology and to make the building's energy self-sufficient and independent of fossil fuels. The main outputs of the SEADRION project are transnational seawater heat pump network to support sustainable development in ADRION region, science and technology cooperation between research institutions and enterprises to enhance innovation capacity of the heat pump sector with the aim to enhance their innovation skills, capacities and competencies and common strategy to enhance the use of seawater heat pump based heating and cooling in ADRION region.

INFORMATION

Call

ADRION - FIRST CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Project Acronym

SEADRION

Project Number

539

Programme Priority

1) Innovative and smart region

Specific objective

Support the development of a regional innovation system for the Adriatic-Ionian area

Start – End Date

2018-02-01 – 2020-01-31

Total budget

EUR 823,656.00

EU contribution:
ERDF budget

EUR 642,001.60

IPAII budget

EUR 58,106.00

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Project partnership

Lead partner       Project partner

LEAD PARTNER

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Department of Energy, Power Engineering and Ecology

Address
Ivana Lucica, 5 | 10000 – Zagreb
HRVATSKA
Contact person
Mr. Neven Duic, neven.duic@fsb.hr

PROJECT PARTNERS


Address
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ITALIA
Contact person
Mr. ,

Centre for Research and Technology Hellas
Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute (CPERI)

Address
Charilaou – Thermi Road, 6th km | 57001 – Thermi - Thessaloniki
ΕΛΛΑΔΑ (ELLADA)
Contact person
Mr. Aristidis Nikolopoulos, a.nikolopoulos@certh.gr

City of Dubrovnik Development Agency DURA
DURA’s Energy information Office

Address
Branitelja Dubrovnika, 15 | 20000 – Dubrovnik
HRVATSKA
Contact person
Mr. Marko Cosmai, mcosmai@dura.hr

CORTEA consortium with limited liability
Operative office in Trieste

Address
Padriciano, 99 | 34149 – Trieste
ITALIA
Contact person
Ms. Lucia Gorostidi, lgorostidi@cortea.org

Goriška Local Energy Agency, Nova Gorica

Address
Trg Edvarda Kardelja, 1 | 5000 – Nova Gorica
SLOVENIJA
Contact person
Ms. Vanja Cencič, vanja.cencic@golea.si

Municipality of Izola

Address
Sončno nabrežje, 8 | 6310 – Izola
SLOVENIJA
Contact person
Ms. Špela Guštin, spela.gustin@izola.si

National Agency of Natural Resources
Renewable Energy Department

Address
Vasil Shanto, 12 | 1001 – Tirana
ALBANIA
Contact person
Mr. Artan Leskoviku, aleskoviku@gmail.com