Project Database

Photovoltaic Systems as Actuators of Regional Development
Project ID: HUHR/1101/2.1.3/0002
Project acronym: REG-PHOSYS
Project title: Photovoltaic Systems as Actuators of Regional Development
Project website: http://www.etfos.unios.hr
Call: HUHR/1101
Action: 2.1.3 Joint research, development and innovation (R&D&I)
Total project budget: 123 108,50 €
EU contribution: 104 532,15 €
Project Duration 01 March 2013 − 30 June 2014
Geographical location of the project: Baranya megye, Osječko-baranjska županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

The Hungarian and Croatian energy strategies drew on the EC Directive on renewable energy and set ambitious targets regarding energy from renewable sources by 2020. Following their lead, solar energy with its almost unlimited potential is the main focus of this project. The vision of the project is to encourage the use of photovoltaic (PV) instead of thermal and nuclear power plants in the area. Increasing the efficiency by decreasing the roof area needed for the same installed capacity of PV system is essential. During the project a joint knowledge database about characteristics significant for application of photovoltaic systems in the area will be developed as well as a cross-border innovation and research network.


Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

Faculty of Electrical Engineering Osijek
Croatia, Osječko-baranjska županija

 

Project Partner 1

Research Centre for Economic and Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Hungary, Baranya megye

 

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