Alexander Richter, Think Geoenergy
As part of bilateral relations at a national level between the Donor States of the EEA Grants and Croatia, a report has been released providing an overview on the geothermal energy utilisation potential in Croatia.
The project was ongoing from April 2016 to June 2017 and it was meant to promote the development of cooperation in geothermal energy between Iceland and Croatia. The national focal point was the Croatian Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds.
The Beneficiary/Applicant was the Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar (EIHP) and the person managing the project on the behalf of the EIHP was Danica Maljkovi with her team.
The Project Partner was the Icelandic National Energy Authority, and the person managing the project was Jón Ragnar Guðmundsson. Geothermal resources and district heating experts were J. Rúnar Magnússon, from EFLA Consulting Engineers, and his team.