Situation before the contract and client requirements The public tender for the energy retrofit of the City of Ljubljana included 49 buildings, among which were elementary schools, kindergartens, libraries, cultural institutions, healthcare centers, sports centers and administrative bui
The Slatina project was launched to build a cogeneration heat and power plant that runs on biomass. It will be located in the northern part of Croatia in the Slatina municipality.
Plantaže AD, the largest winery in the region and one of the most famous, had very high energy costs.
Kruševac is a city in southern Serbia, as well as the seat of a wider administrative area with 128,000 inhabitants. Its public lighting infrastructure is outdated and the city has published a tender for a public private partnership to renovate the systems.
Mercator’s retail centers throughout Serbia are relatively inefficient, dependent on district heating and have obsolete lighting systems.
Resalta provided an immediate interim solution to enhance the functioning of the cooling system for technological purposes at the Melexis facility.
The Terme 3000 Moravci spa is situated above the underground spring MT1, water from which is used to fill the thermal pools open to the guests.
The Grand Hotel Bernardin faced high energy expenses and an obsolete heating system that needed renovation.
Following the realization of Resalta’s energy efficiency project in Livar’s Ivančna Gorica facilities, an energy audit showed that the Črnomelj site had an even bigger potential for savings.
The client’s compressed air was produced by an old and unreliable screw air compressor, treated with an adsorption air dryer.
The resort used natural gas for heating, which required 8,500 MWh per year. The client wanted to lower heating costs.
The Hotel Putnik in Kopaonik, Serbia’s most popular winter tourism destination, has changed owners and as a result is undergoing complete renovations to raise its service offer to a new level.
Petrovac na Mlavi is a town in central Serbia. Its public lighting infrastructure was outdated and the municipality decided to publish a tender for a public private partnership to renovate the systems
The City of Pirot announced a public tender in order to lower heating costs in four schools and improve efficiency.
Resalta installed an air/water heat pump for the heating of sanitary water. The heat pump capacity is 140 kW. The heated sanitary water is delivered to the main hotel building and the surrounding bungalows.
The Slovenian Ministry of Justice announced a public tender in September 2016 for a public private partnership for the implementation of Energy Performance Contracting for 3 buildings.
The municipality of Novigrad in Istria announced a public tender for the renovation of all their public lighting according to the ESCO model.
Some of the older compressors are up to 40 years old and have an exceedingly poor energy efficiency ratio.
The existing system includes three compressors, two of which have not been renovated since 1998. The system is highly unreliable with numerous fallouts and risks of failure.
The client was using an old inefficient chiller as a cooling source for the hotel, which requires 650 MWh of cooling energy annually.
The Topolšica hotel and spa operates year-long and has a constant demand for heat.
The client wanted to reduce water expenses, optimize filtration and become environmentally friendly.
The municipality was using two expensive and inefficient crude oil boilers to heat the elementary school and one kindergarten (2 x 230 kW). The schools use 300 MWh annually.
The client was using biomass as an energy source but for a much smaller energy output. Due to a big increase in production the client’s energy requirements went up.
The client was facing high district heating costs and was planning an expansion of the production area that would further raise expenses.
Telekom Slovenia requested comprehensive energy audits for three of its facilities: Telekom Stegne, Telekom Koper and Telekom Golovec (Celje).
Situation before the contract and client requirements Cremio is a dairy producer and manufacturer based in Bulgaria with a unique portfolio for the region of Eastern Europe.
Gorenje’s facilities in Velenje were using natural gas cogeneration (CHP) units for heat energy supply with 880 kW of combined heat power and 654 kW of electrical power.
Before reconstruction, the client had an over-dimensioned steam system, operating inefficiently with a very poor yield.
Gorenje had old and damaged luminaires and the light flux level did not conform to industry standards and norms. As a result, the lighting needed to be replaced.
Its original two systems had an insufficient cooling capacity, were obsolete and had a low energy efficiency ratio, in addition to which they operated all year long and did not take advantage of the site’s free-cooling potential.
The client had no built-in comfort cooling in the production hall and used natural gas to heat the production hall.
Thermana Laško is one of the biggest thermal baths in Slovenia with an upscale hotel and wellness centre complex, as well as a medical program.
The hotel used two chillers with a combined power of 590 kW, with a 4-way piping system, for cooling, and for heating a boiler with extra light fuel oil.
The client wanted automatic data acquisition for the consumption of water, heat, electricity, compressed air and gas.
The hotel was facing high energy expenses and an obsolete heating system that needed to be renovated; it needed to operate without interruptions.
The hotel used a crude oil boiler with a total capacity of 800 kW for heating, which was in very poor condition. In addition, the hotel Mirta was disconnected from the remote heating of the San Simon Resort.
The client was using natural gas as the energy source for heating the building, requiring 600 MWh annually.
The existing equipment was inefficient and heat was not evenly distributed throughout the whole castle.
The Ada municipality in Serbia has 16,000 inhabitants. The municipality announced a public tender in order to cut on energy costs for public lighting.
The municipality announced a public tender in order to cut on energy costs for public lighting. Resalta, together with technical partner Elios, won the tender.
The client was using natural gas as an energy source to heat its facilities. The required heat was 1,703 MWh annually.
The Žužemberk elementary school had an ill-suited oil boiler for heating the building.
Resalta provided solutions in solar technologies and cooling. In order to improve the overall energy efficiency of the system, a heat recovery system was installed.
The Mengeš parish house wanted to renovate and install new district heating for its buildings, some of which were entirely without heating while others used costly crude oil.
Client used old meters from 1950 with no communication system in place. In order to check energy consumption, manual control of 114 electricity meters had to be performed.
Situation before the contract and client requirements Orgachim is one of the largest chemical companies in South Eastern Europe, producing specialty chemicals and coatings, and is based in Ruse, Bulgaria.
The client was using natural gas as the energy source for heating the building, requiring 764 MWh annually. The client wanted the lowest price of thermal energy.
The old lighting system was inefficient, some of the luminaires were broken. The total installed electric power before the reconstruction was 17.35 kW.
The client was using natural gas as the energy source for heating the building, requiring 1,703 MWh annually. The client wanted the lowest price of thermal energy.
The client was using natural gas as the energy source for heating the building, requiring 1,248 MWh annually. The client wanted the lowest price of thermal energy.
The client wanted an in-depth energy study and analysis of the building in which the shopping center is located and a detailed analysis of the costs and consumption of electricity in the last 3 years.
The client was using natural gas to heat the building, requiring 1,315 MWh annually. The client wanted the lowest possible price of thermal energy.
The hotel Aquapark Žusterna faced high energy expenses and an obsolete heating system that needed renovation.
The Ivančna Gorica municipality announced a public tender for heating solutions for three schools. The municipality was looking for an ESCO company to finance and implement a more cost-effective heating solution.