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CeProSARD organizes an informative session on the possibilities of implementation of EE and RES in hospitals and setting benchmarks for meeting the near to zero energy standards for hospitals

On March 11, 2021, the CeProSARD team within the project “ZenH Balkan - Towards Zero energy Hospitals in the Balkan Region” organizes an informative session on “Possibilities of implementation of EE and RES in hospitals and setting benchmarks for meeting the near to zero energy standards for hospitals” held on-line on the ZOOM platform.

Brief presentation of the project and project activities was given by Ms. Svetlana Petrovska, Executive Director of CSO CeProSARD.

The session was welcomed and introduced by Dr. Argiro Dimoudi, Democritus University of Thrace, Department of Environmental Engineering, Xanthi, Greece - Lead Project Partner.

On the topics:
- Significance and benefits from the use of benchmarks in the assessment of EE and RES in hospitals in the country and in the Balkans
- Results of setting benchmarks for meeting near to zero energy standards for hospitals in RNM (disadvantages and opportunities)
- Energy modeling with implementation of EE and RES measures for achieving near to zero energy standards of hospitals
- Benefits of using a unified approach in energy modeling of hospitals for the health sector and the Ministry of Health
Biljana Cherepnalkoska - expert on energy efficiency, Tanja Blazevska - Master of Energy Engineering and Zdravko Stefanovski - expert on energy efficiency gave their presentations, during which a discussion on the presentations was developed.

The session was attended by representatives: Ministry of Health, Energy Agency, Ministry of Economy, Cementarnica Usje, Enviros project Czech Republic, Euroconsulting supervision, Habitat, EBRD, External experts of Sparkassenstiftung fur internationale Kooperation, MSIP, ZLEK, Project REPLACE SDEWES-Skopje, MACEF.

The project aims to support the implementation of the European Building Energy Performance Directive (EPBD) by defining the characteristics and standards for “near zero energy“ hospitals in the southern Balkan region and is supported by the European Union through the Balkan-Mediterranean program.

Partners in the project:
• Democritus University of Thrace, Department of Environmental Engineering, Xanthi, Greece
• ALBAFOREST, Albania
• Sofia Energy Centre Ltd, Bulgaria
• The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus

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