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City of Mostar implements Interreg MED IMPULSE project - energy-efficient reconstruction of Mostar Zapad Regional Office

Reconstruction of the facility of the Mostar Zapad Regional Office is another one in a series of planned energy efficiency projects implemented by the City of Mostar this year. Today, in the City Hall of the City of Mostar, Mayor Ljubo Bešlić signed a contract with the director of Alfa Therm d.o.o. Mostar, Mr. Željko Božić. The contract is related to the implementation of works within the project for reconstruction of the facility of the Mostar Zapad Regional Office, which is being carried out as part of the implementation of the Interreg MED IMPULSE project. Works on construction works and mechanical engineering work are planned. It is planned to replace the dilapidated openings with energy efficiency once, set thermal insulation, renovate the ceiling, set up the video surveillance system and fire alarm system, and install a highly energy efficient heating and cooling system - installing the Inverter air water heat pump. The facility will also be equipped with an energy consumption monitoring system.

The contracted amount of works is BAM 73.274,00. Expected duration of works is 30 days.

The Interreg MED IMPULSE project introduces an integrated management support system for planning energy efficiency interventions in public buildings in the City of Mostar. The project recognizes the need for concrete support delivery solutions as well as the transnational approach needed to take care of the MED variety of conditions in facilities, energy solutions, climate, regulations, etc., in the wider recognition of MED specificities. The transnational approach to the project envisages extensive testing in the representative MED cities in six countries (Heraklion-Greece, Elche - Spain, Cannes - France, Ravenna - Italy, Osijek - Croatia, Mostar City - Bosnia and Herzegovina), previously established methods for the conclusion of the MED typology of public facilities followed by interventions of optimal costs, and gradual restoration plans. The results are organized into a transnational web and GIS information system, making it a simple tool for reliable high-performance Action Plans. The tool is verified through small renewal projects in each pilot city, and further evaluated through targeted transfer activities.

Total budget: 2,222,863.00 €, for the City of Mostar: 209,669.00 €

Start-End of the Project: 1st of November 2016 – 30th of April, 2019. Financing the program: Interreg MED 2014-2020. Program goal: 2.1 / Increase capacity for better energy management in public facilities at the transnational level.

Partners: Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Savings-Greece, Heraklion-Greece, Valencia-Building Institute-Spain, Elche City Council - Spain, EnvirobatBDM - France, Provanse Regional Development Agency, Alpes - Cote d 'Azur - France, Ravenna - Italy, Energetic Institute Hrvoje Požar - Croatia, City of Osijek - Croatia, City of Mostar - Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Darko Knezović,

IMPULSE project leader for the City of Mostar

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