Capacity building

“Capacity Building on Energy Performance Contracting in European Markets in Transition”


(Matija Vajdic, EIHP, on behalf of the EnPC-INTRANS project)


“Capacity Building on Energy Performance Contracting in European Markets in Transition” (Matija Vajdic, EIHP, on behalf of the EnPC-INTRANS project)

Innovate financing schemes promoted in EnPC-INTRANSare based on Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) models for energy servicesensuring the efficient generation and use of energy in public buildings andservices. EnPC-INTRANS is addressing markets for energy services in 9 differentEuropean countries, which are actually at various stages of transition towardsa low-carbon economy.


Matija Vajdić, MSc.E.E., Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar,: Croatia Matija Vajdić works as a Senior Researcher at the Energy Institute Hrvoje Požar. He manag-es technical and financial analyses of different types of EE projects. During his carrier he has consulted clients ranging from ministries, governmental institutions and agencies, internation-al development organizations, international and commercial financial institutions and funds. He had worked for five years for the UNDP on a GEF funded project “Removing Barriers to Energy Efficiency in Croatia”. Together with his team he had been working on implementation of EE technologies in Croatian public sector and development of Energy management infor-mation system. He holds a MSc degree in Power Engineering from Faculty of Electrical Engi-neering and Computing at the University of Zagreb. During the studies he spent a semester on the University in Graz as an Erasmus scholar. Author Innovation Innovate financing schemes promoted in EnPC-INTRANS are based on Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) models for energy services ensuring the efficient generation and use of energy in public buildings and services. EnPC-INTRANS is addressing markets for energy services in 9 different European countries, which are actually at various stages of transition towards a low-carbon economy.