Increasing the use of renewable energy sources in Supernova shopping malls

Project facts

Project promoter:
Supernova projekti Ltd.(HR)
Project Number:
In implementation
Initial project cost:
Donor Project Partners:
Other Project Partners
Sirius Sisak East Ltd.(HR)
Supernova Sisak West Ltd.(HR)

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With the project, member companies of the Supernova Group plan to implement three pilot projects for the construction of integrated photovoltaic power plants on the roofs of shopping centres in Sisak. The project partnership consists of Supernova projekti, which will be in charge of project management and project results, partners Supernova Sisak East and Supernova Sisak West, which own the centres where the power plants will be installed, and Åpenhet as a partner from the donor country (Norway).

Shopping centres are observing increasing energy needs, with rising energy costs negatively affecting business and increasing greenhouse gas emissions. Guided by the principles of sustainable growth and responsible management, the project partners want to increase the share of RES in total energy consumption by replacing conventional fuels used with more sustainable renewable solar energy.

The project plans the construction of three integrated photovoltaic power plants, SE Sisak East and SE-1 Sisak West and SE-2 Sisak West with a total installed capacity of 722,42 kWp, which will produce 751.224 kWh / year. The project contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the amount of 119,14 tCO2 / year.

This will lead to the achievement of the specific objecive of the project: "Increasing the installed capacity for energy production from renewable sources in Supernova shopping centres." Achieving the specific goal will contribute to the achievement of the general objective “Contribution to increasing the installed capacity of renewable energy sources in the Republic of Croatia and strengthening the capacity for management and promotion of renewable energy sources”. One of the objectives of the project is to promote the use of RES in the trade sector in order to reduce GHG emissions, increase security of supply and contribute to the European Green Deal.

The target groups of the project are the companies themselves, their employees and clients.

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