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[en] There were 18 discussion questions in the announcement for the 26th Forum and they are answered in this paper, with an emphasis on increase in employment. Winter Package has expanded the role of DSO, which has become 'electricity generator' thanks to the renewable energy sources and is now developing its autonomous energy infrastructure and market on distribution level. If we use our own resources (wood biomass) and develop smaller wood biomass cogeneration plants as well as Central Heating Systems, we will get the possibility of a cheaper energy generation nearby such plants, DSO can use that in its operational work. In so doing, the coordination between OPS and DSO is important, as well as DSO itself as a key for opening distribution level market (HEP Seminar, May 11th, 2017). There have been many meetings lately that addressed 'Croatian energy future'. (author).
[en] Discussion about control of Croatian Power system in the view of forthcoming free electricity market did not included do far distribution level. With this article we would like to clarify the role of distribution control centers pointing out importance of Zagreb Distribution control center, with controls one third of Croatian (HEP) consumption. (author)
[en] The present paper presents the insights gained through the employment of the System for Recording and Analysis of Network Events, used for the monitoring and analysis of the operation and maintenance processes within the Croatian distribution network. The results obtained demonstrate the System's favorable impact upon customer supply safety.(author)
[en] Annual consumption in the city of Zagreb, inhabited by almost a quarter of the whole population of Croatia, amounts to about a quarter of energy total (13 Twh), a quarter of electric energy consumption (around 2 Twh) and a quarter of the peak power (455 MW). Such an ''energy consumer'' deserves special treatment owing to the rationalization of individual energy systems (electric, gas and thermal) and their reciprocal support. The article emphasises the required change of management authority between the National Dispatching Centre and the Zagreb Dispatching Centre, together with the necessary decentralization in the management of the croatian electric power system. It also points out the advantages of the modern technology utilization in relation to energy system management. (author)
[en] Forest biomass is organic substance raised in forest ecosystem, consisting of trees and bushes which are used for mechanical processing and thermal use. Croatia, with 44 percent of surface under forests, has the renewable energy potential in forest biomass that could cover as much as about 50 percent of the current heating consumption. The existence of an appropriate heating consume and district heating are a prerequisite for exploitation of the mentioned potential. At the same time, heating consumption enables the utilization of cogeneration plants and the paper gives examples of such possibilities in industry, community and special facilities (sport centres, hotels, hospitals etc.). Among them, the so called 'Croatian energy absurdum' is mentioned. The paper underlines the feasibility of exploitation of forest biomass at the national level and suggests that, in order to promote and accelerate the development of cogeneration plants, the HED expert group should be established. The task of the expert group would be to draft proposal for appropriate measures in this regard and submit it to the Government for consideration.(author)