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1 Cooperation with NGOs with local and regional authorities and scientific institutions in project implementation RES eurofunded Domagoj Vidakovic, M.A, MBA NGO EU Centar

2 NGO EU Centar (ssiter NGO EU Centar Zagreb/Adriatic) founded in 2010th year by experts with international experience Mission: To promote the idea of ​​ European unity and the basic values ​​ of the EU Objective: use of EU funds and other international sources of financing in the implementation of development projects Management, as well as the introduction of European standards in various aspects of life in the Republic of Croatia (environment, energy, human rights, inclusion of marginalized groups, etc.)

3 Civil society organizations - NGOs democratic society is characterized by the coexistence of the three sectors: public (government), private (market) and civil (civil society). Succinctly, the civil society are citizens who are actively and freely intervene in all spheres of social activity. citizens' organizations - CSOs characteristics of civil society organizations: voluntariness, lack of profitability and advocate a cause which contributes to the common good of the communityRH - organizacije civilnog društva su udruge 45,000 registered associations.

4 The partnership of non-governmental organizations with other sectors in the EU (local government and academia) One of the goals of the Lisbon Agenda and other European policy is cross-sectoral partnerships in achieving the objectives set by the EU (20-20-20 energy, innovation, competitiveness) intersectoral partnership involves a partnership between state, regional and local governments, businesses, academic institutions, civil society, etc. These partnerships are especially valued in EU projects. EU Association Center fosters a partnership approach in all their projects from scratch in various roles that they take in implementing EU projects (partner, an external consultant, lecturer). examples.

5 EXAMPLES partnership approach in EU projects in the field of RES  ADRIACOLD  FEDREE  CHREN

6 ADRIACOLD: Diffusion of new cooling technologies using solar energy resource within the Adriatic region OVERALL OBJECTIVE:  promotion and expansion of the use of solar energy for space cooling  establishment of cooperation between academic and public institutions, technology parks, civil society organizations to encourage the use of solar energy potential

7 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:  analysis, projections and studies on the needs refreshing and cooling area in the territory of the implementation  study and identification of the most effective methods of using solar energy for cooling  construction, testing and control the performance of the pilot plant for solar cooling in three of the five participating countries (IT, HR, SLO)

8 CHREN SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (2):  projections and the feasibility study of the project for potential investors in technology  exchange and dissemination of information between users (public authorities, manufacturers,...)

9 CHREN GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT:  2.635.000,00 €  10/2012. – 03/2015. year  Croatian partners were close to € 700,000.00  Lead Partner Area Science Park in Trieste, Croatian partners FSB, the City of Dubrovnik and REA Kvarner

10 CHREN ACTIVITIES: 1.Cross-border cooperation and coordination, 2.PR and dissemination of project results 3.Determining the possibility of using solar cooling in various sectors 4.Installing solar pilot demo facilities 5.Monitoring and analysis of data 6.Manual and study the possible expansion of the use of this technology

11 CHREN THE ROLE OF EU-CENTER IN THE PROJECT: coordination and selection of Croatian partners in the consortium, and the preparation of the project with a leading partner project management activities for the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FSB) in Zagreb

12 FEDREE: Encouraging economic development of the city of Osijek and municipalities Zala through the development of trade promotion investments - with a focus on renewable energy sources THE OVERALL OBJECTIVE :  encouraging cross-border cooperation through attracting investors in renewable energy in the area of implementation  increasing the competitiveness of both regions through the implementation of the project and to encourage employment in the renewable energy sector and environmental

13 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:  enhancement of economic cooperation and joint activities with the aim of increasing the overall development  transfer of good practice, "Know-how" and the networking of public and private sector in the field of renewable energy  appearance of the project partners in the export market and attract potential investments in renewable energy

14 CHREN SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (2)  analysis and knowledge of funding opportunities in the renewable energy sector and environmental  exchange and dissemination of information on the economic potential of renewable energy

15 CHREN GENERAL INFORMATION:  Value 228.382,00 €  01.09.2011. – 31.08.2012.  Lead partner: City of Osijek  Partners: Association for Sustainable Development- FFE, Europeer Foundation

16 CHREN ACTIVITIES: management of project administration project information and publicity analysis of the economic environment in the field of renewable energy analysis of possible sources of financing in renewable energy sector a proposal for a common guideline to attract investors in the field of renewable energy and the promotion of exports Education Road show – Beč, München study trips in between, and a trip to SolarCity in Linz.

17 CHREN THE ROLE OF EU-CENTER ZAGREB IN THE PROJECT: Making preparatory studies and project proposals based on studies Advising in implementation Creating a web site of the project

18 CHREN: Croatian - Hungarian network for renewable energy OVERALL OBJECTIVE:  establishment of renewable energy and education networks in the border region under 20-20-20 sustainable energy policy of the EU  transfer positive practices in natural resources management and support initiatives that promote the use of renewable energy

19 CHREN GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT:  373.582,00 €  01.02.2013. – 31.01.2014.  Lead Partner: University of Osijek

20 CHREN THE ROLE OF NGO EU CENTAR IN THE PROJECT: the initiator of the project, preparation of project applications, a partner in the project.

21 CHREN EXAMPLES OF PROJECTS IN OTHER SECTORS IPA IV - Human Resources Youth in the labor market, Yenc-navigation Youth employment center, Project value: € 120,000.00, Lead Partner: City of Petrinja partners: the EU Center, CROMA, Open University pintle main goal: reducing youth unemployment in Petrinja aged 18-29 years, activities education and training intended for young people to be competitive in the labor market.

22 CHREN BENEFITS OF COOPERATION?  combine the resources and knowledge of different sectors in order to facilitate sustainable economic development in the region.  continued co-operation - examples City of Osijek – Industrial zone Nemetin IPA 3C, FSB - IPA CBC HR-SLO - registered project CSEE (in evaluation, preparation of projects in the IPA CBC HR-BiH and HR-SRB) RES center (continuation ofproject CHREN) application on the Structural Funds, new cooperation - cooperation of the City of Osijek and the FSB on the IEE projects, and possible other renewable energy projects (?).


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