IMPLEMENTATION MEETING ON THE INFRASTRUCTURE WORKS ON THE KORENOVO WELL WAS HELD
The city of Bjelovar received funds from the EEA and Norwegian grants from the “Energy and Climate Change” program for the project to increase the capacity for the production of geothermal energy – infrastructure works at the Korenovo well.
On August 25, 2022, the first implementation meeting was held within the project, where an overview of activities and a plan for further work was given. The meeting was attended by the project team, partner Terme Bjelovar d.o.o., and representatives of the company that was chosen to manage the project in the procurement process.
They discussed the completed, planned and future activities and the procurement plan and its implementation in accordance with their contracting processes, as well as their verification and approvals. All duties and deadlines related to reporting and project implementation are presented. All participants are familiar with the provisions of the contract, prescribed reporting forms and deadlines that must be respected.
During the meeting, it was defined that in accordance with the Communication Plan and the Work Plan of the project, the first Conference will be held in November 2022.
The EEA financial mechanism and the Norwegian financial mechanism contribute to the reduction of social and economic differences within Europe and strengthen bilateral cooperation between the donor countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) and the Republic of Croatia. The city of Bjelovar applied for the project “Increasing the capacity for the production of geothermal energy – Infrastructure works on the Korenovo GT-1 well”, and obtained grants for its implementation. The city is a beneficiary of the project with partners EFLA Consulting Engineers from Iceland and Terme Bjelovar. The total value of the project is €3,468,743.62, of which €1,300,000.00 are grants. The project is implemented from May 24, 2022 to April 30, 2024. The goal of the project is to increase energy production from renewable sources, reduce CO2 emissions and increase security of supply.
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The project “Increasing the capacity for the production of geothermal energy – Infrastructure works on the Korenovo GT-1 borehole” benefits from a € 1,3 million grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants with national co-financing from the Republic of Croatia within the “Energy and Climate Change” Programme. The aim of the project is to increase energy production from renewable sources, reduce CO2 emissions and increase security of supply.
This website was created with the financial support of EEA Grants and the national co-financing from the Republic of Croatia within the “Energy and Climate Change” Programme. The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of the City of Bjelovar as Project Promoter and Terme Bjelovar d.o.o. and EFLA Consulting Engineers as Project Partners and in no way can be considered to reflect the views of the Programme Operator of the „Energy and Climate Change“ Programme.