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Croatian National Workshop
Biofuels – Production, Distribution
and Incentives
June 15th 2010, Zagreb, Croatia
Status:
Release
Author:
Boris Cosic, Goran Krajacic, Neven Duic
Co-Authors:
Date:
26.12.2010
Filename:
FSB
BIOSIRE_D4_2_Report_National_Workshop_Croatia_UniZag-
Table of Contents
1.
FOREWORD ........................................................................................ 3
2.
EXPERTS’ PRESENTATIONS .......................................................... 5
2.1.
NEW ENERGY LEGISLATIONS IN THE BIOFUELS SECTOR .................... 5
2.2.
THE IMPACT OF THE EUROPEAN REGULATIONS ON THE CROATIAN
BIOFUELS SECTOR ........................................................................................ 7
2.3.
THE SUSTAINABILITY CRITERIA OF BIOFUELS PRODUCTION AND
PUTTING ON THE MARKET ............................................................................ 8
2.4.
ECONOMIC MODEL AND ACTION PLAN FOR BIOFUELS IN CROATIA . 9
2.5.
BIOFUELS AND DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL OF THE COUNTIES AND
LARGE CITIES ............................................................................................. 11
2.6.
SPECIFIC INTEREST OF THE OBLIGED PERSON IN THE BIOFUELS
SECTOR ...................................................................................................... 12
2.7.
INTRODUCTION OF THE BIOFUELS IN THE WASTE MANAGEMENT
COMPANY “ČISTOĆA - ZAGREB” ................................................................ 13
2.8.
A POSSIBILITY OF INTRODUCING BIODIESEL AS A FUEL FOR MOTOR
VEHICLES .................................................................................................. 14
3.
CONCLUSIONS ................................................................................. 15
4.
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION ........................................................ 17
5.
ANNEX LIST OF PARTICIPANTS ................................................ 21
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1. Foreword
One of the BIOSIRE project goals is to transfer implementation to the
target areas by organising National Workshop. This workshop have
goal to generate direct impact with particular reference to evaluating
the potential market for alternative fuels and clean vehicles, as well
as to launch the first initiatives to support enabling policies and
strategies as well as market transformation, in targeted geographical
areas.
The First BIOSIRE National Workshop, held in Zagreb – Croatia on
June 15th 2010, addressed the theme of Biofuels – Production,
Distribution and Incentives.
Speakers at this workshop were national experts from biofuels
sectors (legislation, production, distribution, etc) and listed below:
•
Nataša
Vujec
-
Ministry
of
Economy,
Labour
and
Economy,
Labour
and
Entrepreneurship - State Secretary
•
Igor
Raguzin
-
Ministry
of
Entrepreneurship – Head of Department for Renewable
Energy Sources and Energy Efficiency
•
Ivan Tilošanec – Lawyer’s Office Tilošanec
•
Vladimir Bradač – Ekonerg d.o.o. – Director of the System
Maintenance Department
•
Ana
Kojaković
–
Energy
Institute
“Hrvoje
Požar”
–
Department for Renewable Energy Sources and Energy
Efficiency
•
Marko Karan - Energy Institute “Hrvoje Požar” – Department
for Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Efficiency
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•
Prof. Neven Duić - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and
Naval Architecture, Head of Power Engineering and Energy
Management Chair
•
Jelena Ricov – INA, Oil Company
•
Davor Franić – Biodiesel Vukovar d.o.o.
•
Bojan Ribić – Zagreb Holding – City Waste Disposal Branch
•
Prof. Zoran Lulić - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and
Naval Architecture, Department for Engines and Vehicles
Workshop
titled
„Biofuels
–
Production,
Distribution
and
Incentives” was organized to enhance mutual communication
between local authorities, government and companies which are
producing and distributing the raw materials and the biofuels, in order
to increase an interest for production and utilization of biofuels in the
Republic of Croatia. Workshop was designed for professionals
working in the field of collection and transportation of raw materials
for biofuels production, owners of restaurants and hotels, biofuels
users (car/bus/tourist boats fleets, government bodies and public
institutions) and engineers employed in the maintaining sector.
The
present
document
provides
the
workshop
proceedings,
summarizing the sessions and the debates. The list of participants
and presentations is included in an annex. The complete power point
presentations
of
the
experts
can
be
downloaded
from
http://powerlab.fsb.hr/biosire/, a web page specially dedicated to
BIOSIRE project in Croatia.
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2. Experts’ Presentations
2.1.
New energy legislations in the biofuels sector
Igor Raguzin, dipl. Ing. -
Ministry of Economy, Labour and
Entrepreneurship, Head of the Renewable Energy Resources
and Energy Efficiency Division
The
presentation
overview
of
provides
the
current
Croatian legislation in the field
of the RES and biofuels. In the
first part of this presentation,
current situation of RES in
Croatia
together
with
projections of RES structure for
2020 are given. One of the
important
things
presentation
is
from
overview
this
of
employment from renewables
and
biofuels.
Figures
for
biofuels sector show that we
can have over 5000 new jobs if
we have 10% of biofuels until 2020. Also, we will have biodiesel for
own consumption but there is also huge potential for production of
the bio-ethanol not just for own consumption but also for the export.
Second part of the presentation contains a very detailed overview of
the current Biofuels legislation (Biofuels Act). Croatia’s Biofuels Act
fully transposes EU Directive 2003/30/EC on the promotion of the
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use of biofuels or other renewable fuels for transport (minimum share
of biofuels of 5.75%).
This act regulates:
•
Production, trade and storage of biofuels
•
The use of biofuels in transport
•
Adoption of programs and plans for incentives and use of
biofuels in transport
•
Authority and responsibility for establishing and implementing
policies for incentives and use of biofuels in transport
•
Measures for incentives and use of biofuels in transport
Also criterias of sustainability are implemented in this act which is
regulated by EU Directive 2009/28/EC. Scheme (in Croatian) of
bylaws which will be prepared in order to support the Biofuels Act is
listed below.
ZAKON O BIOGORIVIMA ZA PRIJEVOZ,
ZAKON O IZMJENAMA I DOPUNAMA ZAKONA
O BIOGORIVIMA ZA PRIJEVOZ
ODLUKA O VISINI NAKNADE
ZA POTICANJE PROIZVODNJE
BIOGORIVA
PRAVILNIK O MJERAMA ZA
POTICANJE KORIŠTENJA
BIOGORIVA U PRIJEVOZU
UREDBA O POTICANJU
PROIZVODNJE BIOGORIVA
ODLUKA O VISINI NOVČANIH
POTICAJA ZA PROIZVODNJU
BIOGORIVA
ODLUKA O NAJVIŠOJ
PRODAJNOJ CIJENI BIOGORIVA
PRAVILNIK O UVJETIMA I
POSTUPKU ZA
OSTVARIVANJE PRAVA NA
POTICAJ ZA PROIZVODNJU
BIOGORIVA
UREDBA O POSEBNOJ
NAKNADI ZA OKOLIŠ RADI
NESTAVLJANJA
BIOGORIVA NA TRŽIŠTE
PRAVILNIK O NAČINU I
UVJETIMA PRIMJENE
ZAHTJEVA ODRŽIVOSTI U
PROIZVODNJI I KORIŠTENJU
BIOGORIVA
UREDBA O KAKVOĆI
BIOGORIVA
PRAVILNIK O UTVRĐIVANJ U
PROSJEČNIH ENERGIJSKIH
VRIJEDNOSTI GORIVA
Sabor
Vlada
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Ministarstvo
2.2.
The impact of the European regulations on the Croatian
biofuels sector
Ivan Tilošanec – Law Office Tilošanec
Presentation given by Mr. Ivan
Tilošanec
provides
detailed
overview of bylaws which will be
prepared in order to support the
Biofuels Act. A total of nine new
bylaws will be prepared in order
to support national Biofuels Act.
These bylaws are:
•
Regulation on incentives for biofuels production
•
Regulation on environmental taxation for not putting biofuels
on market
•
Decision on the amount of environmental taxation for not
putting biofuels on the market
•
Decision on financial incentives for biofuels production
•
Decision on the amount of incentive fees for production of
biofuels
•
Ordinance on conditions and procedure for exercise of
incentives for the production of biofuels
•
Ordinance on measures to promote the use of biofuels in
transport
•
Ordinance on the application of the requirements of
sustainability
•
Ordinance on the determination of average energy value of
fuels
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During the presentation, detailed explanation and reason for making
every of these bylaws is presented. Also, explanation of the National
Action Plan (NAP) for biofuels is given in this presentation.
2.3.
The sustainability criteria of biofuels production and
putting on the market
Vladimir Bradač - EKONERG
This presentation gives a detailed explanation of sustainability
criteria. It also includes ecological criteria for biofuels production.
Some of the ecological criteria which member states need to prove
and which are important for biofuels production are:
•
The greenhouse gas emission saving from the use of biofuels
and bioliquids shall be at least 35%. (With effect from 1
January 2017, the greenhouse gas emission saving from the
use of biofuels and bioliquids shall be at least 50%. From 1
January 2018 that greenhouse gas emission saving shall be at
least 60% for biofuels and bioliquids produced in installations
in which production started on or after 1 January 2017.)
•
Biofuels and bioliquids shall not be made from raw material
obtained from land with high biodiversity value (primary forest
and other wooded land, namely forest and other wooded land
of native species, where there is no clearly visible indication of
human activity and the ecological processes are not
significantly disturbed and highly biodiverse grassland)
•
Biofuels and bioliquids shall not be made from raw material
obtained from land with high carbon stock (wetlands,
continuously forested areas, etc.)
•
Biofuels and bioliquids shall not be made from raw material
obtained from land that was peat land in January 2008, unless
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evidence is provided that the cultivation and harvesting of that
raw material does not involve drainage of previously
undrained soil.
At the end of the presentation Mr. Bradač explained how to calculate
avoided emissions of green house gases by using biofuels. To
calculate GHG emission reduction standard formula from EU
Directive 2009/28/EC is used.
For the BIOSIRE project most
interesting are avoided emissions by using biofuels produced from
used cooking oil (UCO). In the case of UCO, avoided GHG
emissions are 83% while the biofuels produced from soybean have
avoided GHG emissions of 31%.
2.4.
Economic Model and Action Plan for Biofuels in Croatia
Mr. sc. Ana Kojaković and Marko Karan, dipl. oec; Energy
institute Hrvoje Požar, Department for Renewable Energy
Sources and Energy Efficiency
This presentation has two parts with the first part explaining the
National Action Plan (NAP) for biofuels while the second part
explains the methodology used to calculate the amount of incentives
for biofuels production. NAP’ is a planning document used for the
period of 10 years.
In order to have 9.18% of biofuels
until 2020, additional land is
needed to be used. In order to
calculate total amount of land
area needed for production of
biofuels two different scenarios
are
presented.
In
the
first
scenario, average yield for the
period 1999-2008 is used. In the second scenario, yield is
continuously increasing and because of this the land area needed for
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agricultural production of energy crops is decreasing. In the first
scenario, we need to have 180.000ha of rapeseed, 11.000 ha of
sugar beat and 18.000 ha of corn. While in the second scenario we
need 139.000 ha of rape seed, 8.000 ha of sugar beet and 13.000 ha
of corn in order to reach 9.18% of biofuels in 2020.
In the second part of the presentation, economic model for
calculation of the incentives for biofuels production is presented. The
main goal of this model is to calculate:
•
Amount of subsidies for biofuels production (€/l) which will be
paid to biofuels producers
•
Total amount of taxation(€/l) included in the retail price of all
petroleum products sold in the Croatian market (with the aim
to collect funds necessary for payment of incentives to the
producers of biofuels) – Income HROTE
•
Special taxation (€/MJ) payable by the distributor for the
missed opportunity of putting biofuels on the market (failure to
fulfil obligations) – Income FZOEU
The main characteristics of this model are:
•
Simplicity
•
Transparency
•
Stimulation of producers and penalisation of distributers
•
Disincentives to export of biofuels
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2.5.
Biofuels and development potential of the counties and
large cities
Prof. dr. sc. Neven Duić – UniZag-FSB, Head of the Power
Engineering and Energy Management Chair
In his presentation prof. Duic
introduces the BIOSIRE project
and explains the main project
goals. In the case of Croatia
three demonstration regions are
shown with provided information
on the current situation in these
regions. Also, total potential of the biofuels which can be produced
from used cooking oil is presented. Potential is calculated for three
sectors households, restaurants and hotels and for 21 counties.
Because Croatia has a lot of
unused
land,
prof.
Duic
presented the total potential of
biofuels in the Croatian counties.
The main idea is to use this
unused land for the production of
biodiesel and bioethanol. For this
purpose 25% of the unused land will be used for production of the
rapeseed while the remaining parts of the unused land will be used
for the production of corn. Average yield for rapeseed is 2.14 t/ha
while corn yield is 5.55 t/ha. Calculated total potential of biofuels on
the unused land in Croatia, using average yield of rapeseed and
corn, is 470.000 t.
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2.6.
Specific Interest of the obliged person in the biofuels
sector
Jelena Ricov – INA
INA is the only company in Croatia which produces fuels and also a
company with the largest distribution network in Croatia. Because of
this, INA is the most important company for the reaching of national
goals of biofuels until 2020.
In order to produce different blend, new investment in the refinery is
needed. Because of that, INA started building a new facility which will
be used for blending. Time needed for building new facilities and
adjustment of distribution network for biofuels is approximately two
years. Finalisation of this project is planed for the end of 2012.
In order to overpass this period until 2012 the best solution is to use
B100. The main actors which can help overpass this period are
counties and big cities. The main reason for this is that the big cities
have public transportation which can use B100 without major
investment in the new equipment. Also, some other sectors can
participate in this period such as agricultural vehicles and small ships
which are used in the fishing industry.
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2.7.
Introduction of the biofuels in the waste management
company “Čistoća - Zagreb”
Bojan Ribić, dipl. ing. – Zagrebački holding – Podružnica
Čistoća
The presentation provides an overview of
the “Čistoća” project where part of the
company car fleet switched to B5 and B10
fuel. The project started in 2008 and in
that time total consumption of fuels was
over 2.1 million litres per year. Daily
consumption of the fuel in this company is
over 7000 litres.
In the first phase of project 28 MAN vehicles were used. Fuel used
for this vehicles was B5 (blends of biofuels and euro-diesel). A total
quantity of B5 used in these vehicles was over 108.000 litres. In the
second phase of the project, the share of biofuels in the total blend
was increased from B5 to B10. Total quantities of B10 used in these
vehicles were over 215.000 litres.
The company has its own blending unit because it’s very difficult to
buy specific mixture of biofuels. With this unit they can provide
different mixture of biofuels for their own vehicles.
In order to increase the usage of renewables “Čistoća” is planning to
start production of the biogas and to use it in their vehicles. This idea
is only in the testing phase and study preparation. Also, the company
started with eco driving in order to decrease fuel consumption and
GHG emissions and to increase safety of the passengers.
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2.8.
A possibility of Introducing Biodiesel as a Fuel for Motor
Vehicles
Zoran Lulić, UniZag-FSB
The first part of the presentation
provides an overview of the HEP
(Hrvatska
Croatian
Elektroprivreda
Electric
–
power
company) pilot project where
part of the company car fleet
switched to B100 fuel.
The technical monitoring results were consistent with the expected
figures obtained in the laboratory preliminary evaluations: engine
effective efficiency does not change with the use of B100, but the
mean effective pressure decreases and so does the engine power,
by around 7-8%. The volumetric fuel consumption also increased by
around 8%, in line with the expected results.
The quality of the fuel was also tested during the study. The
company MODIBIT supplied most of the biodiesel (in accordance
with EN:14214), but other minor sources were also used. Oxidation
stability was below standard, and this was partly due to the low
quality of the fuel bought from small private producers, and partly due
to inadequate storage.
The second part of the presentation gives overview of the diesel
engines, how they work and the first usage of biofuels in diesel
engines. Also current national legislation for the biofuels quality is
presented. Current situation with diesel engines regarding emissions
and what we will have in the future is presented.
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3. Conclusions
Sustainable development implies that welfare of today's generation is
not achieved at the expense of the future generations. It is a
development in which concern about efficient use of natural
resources generates economic growth and offers new possibilities.
New legislation in the biofuels sector in the Republic of Croatia aims
to increase the quantity of biofuels in both the production sector and
the consumption sector, which will contribute to sustainable
development of Croatia.
The Republic of Croatia has adopted the Act on Biofuels for
Transport in May 2009. The purpose of this law is achieving goals of
sustainable development in the field of transport: reducing negative
impacts on the environment, improving security of supply of fuel and
fulfilling international commitments of the Republic of Croatia in the
area of reducing emissions of greenhouse gases as well as
encouraging the production and the use of biofuels in transport.
In order to support this Act, Croatian Government will adopt series of
ordinances and regulations in the field of production of biofuels,
subsides, action plan for cites and counties and quantities of biofuels
which distributors need to put on the market. Also, there will be some
amendments on this Act because it was accepted before new
DIRECTIVE 2009/28EC which says that biofuels production should
be sustainable. Croatia intends to expand domestic biofuels
production and provide continuous education and expert support to
all relevant actors in the field of biofuels.
All participants of the BIOSIRE Workshop in Croatia agreed that the
rapid implementation of new legislation is crucial for biofuels
producers and other subjects involved. Biofuels sector has been
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recognized as an important factor in the process of achieving
Croatia’s goals relating to renewable energy in transport as well as a
large, currently untapped, potential for job creation and economic
development in general.
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4.
Call for participation
BIOGORIVA - PROIZVODNJA,
DISTRIBUCIJA I POTICAJI
Radionica organizirana u okviru projekta BIOSIRE: Biofuels and Electric
Propulsion Creating Sustainable Transport in Tourism Resorts.
Održivi razvoj je takav razvoj u kojem dobrobit sadašnje generacije nije
postignuta na račun budućih generacija, dakle razvoj koji brigom o
efikasnom korištenju prirodnih resursa potiče rast te generira nove
djelatnosti u gospodarstvu. Novo zakonodavstvo u sektoru biogoriva u
Republici Hrvatskoj ima za cilj da poveća količine biogoriva kako u sektoru
proizvodnje tako i u sektoru potrošnje koje će doprinijeti održivom razvoju
Hrvatske.
Radionica pod nazivom: Biogoriva - proizvodnja, distribucija i poticaji
organizirana je radi poboljšanja međusobne komunikacije između lokalnih
vlasti, Vlade te tvrtki koje se bave proizvodnjom biogoriva i sirovina za
biogoriva u cilju povećanja interesa za proizvodnju i primjenu biogoriva u
Hrvatskoj. Skup je namijenjen svima koji imaju interesa u područjima
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prikupljanja i prijevoza sirovine za biogoriva, proizvodnje biogoriva,
vlasnicima
ugostiteljskih
objekata
i
hotela,
korisnicima
biogoriva
(automobili, autobusi, turističke brodice, državna tijela i javne ustanove) te
inženjerima zaposlenim u sektoru održavanja vozila kod javnih i privatnih
prijevoznika.
Organizator radionice:




MINGORP - Ministarstvo gospodarstva, rada i poduzetništva
Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje, Sveučilište u Zagrebu – projekt
BIOSIRE
SDEWES Centar (www.sdewes.org)
COMBUSTION Institute (www.combustioninstitute.hr)
Uz Pokroviteljstvo i sponzorstvo:

Europska komisija, program IEE
Organizacijski odbor:






Prof. Dr. sc. Neven Duić, Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje,
predsjednik
Igor Raguzin, dipl. ing. Ministarstvo gospodarstva, rada i
poduzetništva
Paulina Tomašković, Ministarstvo gospodarstva, rada i
poduzetništva
Boris Ćosić, dipl. ing. Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje
Mislav Kirac dipl. ing. Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje
Goran Krajačić, dipl. ing. Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje
LOKACIJA:
Ministarstvo gospodarstva, rada i poduzetništva
Velika dvorana - prizemlje
Ulica grada Vukovara 78, Zagreb
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PROGRAM:
09:30 REGISTRACIJA
10:00 RADIONICA
BIOGORIVA- PROIZVODNJA, DISTRIBUCIJA
I POTICAJI
10:00
Nataša Vujec, dipl. ing. Ministarstvo gospodarstva, rada i
poduzetništva, državna tajnica za energetiku
Uvodna riječ
10:15
Igor Raguzin, dipl. ing. Ministarstvo gospodarstva, rada i
poduzetništva,
načelnik
Odjela
za
obnovljive
izvore
i
energetsku učinkovitost
Novo energetsko zakonodavstvo u sektoru biogoriva
10:40
Ivan Tilošanec, Odvjetnički ured Tilošanec
Utjecaj prava EZ na hrvatsku u sektoru biogoriva
11:05
Vladimir Bradač, EKONERG d.o.o., Direktor Odjela za sustave
održavanja
Kriterij održivosti proizvodnje i stavljanja na tržište biogoriva
11:30
Mr.sc. Ana Kojaković; Marko Karan, dipl. oec.; Energetski
institut Hrvoje Požar, Odjela za obnovljive izvore i energetsku
efikasnost
Ekonomski model i akcijski plan za biogoriva
11:55
Prof. Dr. sc. Neven Duić, Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje,
voditelj Katedre za energetska postrojenja i energetiku
Biogoriva i razvojni potencijal županija i velikih gradova
12:20
Jelena Ricov, INA – Industrija nafte d.d.
Specifični interesi obveznika stavljanja biogoriva na tržište
12:45
Milodrag Gadže, Biodizel Vukovar d.o.o.
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Proizvodnja biodizela
13:10
Bojan Ribić, dipl. ing. Zagrebački Holding - Podružnica
Čistoća, Zagreb
Uvođenje biogoriva u „Čistoću“
13:35
Prof. Dr. sc. Zoran Lulić, Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje,
Katedre za motore i vozila
Biodizel kao pogonsko gorivo
14:00
Ručak
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5. Annex list of participants
R. br. Prezime i Ime
Tvrtka
e-mail
1
Baračević
Ranka
INA
[email protected]
2
Baričević
Dragan
Komunalac d.o.o. Opatija
3
Bašić Matko
4
CIAN d.o.o.
[email protected]
Bedrica
Anđelka
INA
[email protected]
5
Biloš Zvonko
ZET
6
Birkić Mario
Croatia Airlines
[email protected]
7
Botinčan
Berislav
Oikon d.o.o.
[email protected]
8
Božić Helena
EIHP
[email protected]
9
Bradač
Vladimir
Ekonerg d.o.o.
10 Čurlin Mirjana Prehrambeno biotehnološki fakultet
[email protected]
11 Ćosić Boris
FSB
[email protected]
12 Duić Neven
FSB
[email protected]
13 Đukić Goran
FSB
[email protected]
14 Fabek Robert
EIHP
[email protected]
INA
[email protected]
Fabulić15 Ruszkowski
Maja
Gadže
Milodrag
Europa Mil Biogoriva
17 Gajer Slaven
BIONA d.o.o.
16
18 Galjar Tomislav
19 Geić Krešimir
20 Ivan Petko
GATO automatika
[email protected]
Gradski prijevoz putnika d. o. o.
[email protected]
Općina Orle
[email protected]
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21 Ivančić Josip
Udruga "Zelena Istra"
Ivanković
Zlatko
WEISSBARTH I PARTNERI d.o.o.
23 Ivanov Denis
SGS Adriatica d.o.o.
[email protected]
Veleučilište Velika Gorica
[email protected]
22
24
Kalambura
Sanja
[email protected]
25 Karan Marko
EIHP
26 Karzen Mirna
karzenikarzen d.o.o.
[email protected]
27 Kaurić Branko
HROTE
[email protected]
28 Kičić Dubravko
Viševica-Komp d.o.o.
[email protected]
29 Kirac Mislav
FSB
30 Klepo Senka
HROTE
[email protected]
31 Klobučar Mario
FZOEU
[email protected]
32 Kojaković Ana
EIHP
33 Kolić Matko
FSB-student
[email protected]
Kovačević
Miljenko
Grad Zagreb, Gradski ured za
energetiku, zaštitu okoliša i održivi
razvoj
[email protected]
35 Krajačić Goran
FSB
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36 Lulić Zoran
FSB
[email protected]
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Lulić-Šarić
Nada
MZOPUG
[email protected]
38
Magdalenić
Zoran
INA
[email protected]
Grad Zagreb
[email protected]
39 Majerić Sanja
40 Mamić Zdenka
41 Marušić Daria
42 Medić Igor
43 Mesić Zdenka
Istraturis Umag d.d.
Gradski prijevoz putnika d. o. o.
MINGORP
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44 Mimica Mijo
Grad Omiš
[email protected]
45 Moše Janko
Biotron d.o.o.
[email protected]
Grad Zagreb - Gradski ured za
poljoprivredu i gospodarstvo
[email protected]
Gradski prijevoz putnika d. o. o.
[email protected]
46
Mrakužić
Branka
47 Nađ Josip
48 Pavlović Vinko
Istraturis Umag d.d.
49 Perković Luka
FSB
[email protected]
Peternel
Renata
Veleučilište Velika Gorica
[email protected]
Gradski prijevoz putnika d. o. o.
[email protected]
HROTE
[email protected]
Pukšec
Tomislav
FSB
[email protected]
54 Raguzin Igor
MINGORP
50
51 Pintarić Branko
52 Prelec Leo
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55
Ranogajec
Vlasta
56 Ribić Bojan
Rukavina
Danijel
Grad Zagreb - Gradski ured za
poljoprivredu i gospodarstvo
[email protected]
Zagrebački holding - podružnica
čistoće
ZAGREBAČKA ŽUPANIJA
[email protected]
Runko
58 Luttenberser
Lidija
Komunalac d.o.o. Opatija
[email protected]
59 Ružić Marko
Grad Velika Gorica
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HERA
[email protected]
Veleučilište Velika Gorica
[email protected]
HROTE
[email protected]
HGK
[email protected]
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Strahovnik
Tomislav
61 Šilić Đorđe
62
Škrlec
Dubravka
63 Štih Krešimir
64 Tilošanec Ivan
65 Tony Karzen
Odvjetnički ured Tilošanec
Karzenikarzen d.o.o.
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66 Turkić Milovan
ZET
67 Vištica Nikola
HERA
[email protected]
68 Voća Neven
Agronomski fakultet Sveučilišta u
Zagrebu
[email protected]
69 Vukančić Iva
APO d.o.o. usluge zaštite okoliša,
član HEP grupe
[email protected]
Vage d.o.o.
[email protected]
71 Zimić Andreja
WEISSBARTH I PARTNERI d.o.o.
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Županac
Gordana
ZAGREBAČKA ŽUPANIJA
[email protected]
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Vukmanović
Igor
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