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The recent Heating and Cooling Strategy from Commission indicated that emissions related to energy used for heating and cooling of buildings can be significantly reduced with technologies which use renewable energy sources and have high efficiency. Taking this into consideration the SEADRION project aim to support the development of a regional innovation system for the Adriatic-Ionian area with the installation of 3 renewable energy facilities in the public buildings located in Greece and western and south part of Adriatic Croatia. These facilities are seawater heat pump, an innovation system that uses the thermal energy contained in a reservoir (sea) to achieve the cooling and thermal energy in the buildings which are close to the sea. The main objective of the SEADRION is to identify benefits and barriers associated with the use of this technology and to find a system solution designed to improve the use of the seawater heat pump technology and to make the building's energy self-sufficient and independent of fossil fuels.

The main outputs of the SEADRION project are transnational seawater heat pump network to support sustainable development in ADRION region, science and technology cooperation between research institutions and enterprises to enhance innovation capacity of the heat pump sector with the aim to enhance their innovation skills, capacities and competencies and common strategy to enhance the use of seawater heat pump based heating and cooling in ADRION region.

The development of a business support network with innovative features, training as well as mediation and networking between enterprises will facilitate the specific innovation transfer and will increase the competitiveness of its members.


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Allocated stakeholders
  • The University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing

    Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing is the leading academic and research...

  • MB Frigo grupa d.o.o.

    MB Frigo Group is importing and distributing an entire spectrum of cooling systems: equipment...

  • Municipality of Trieste; Public Works Area, Project Finance and Partnerships; School and Sports Construction Service, Complex programs

    Trieste is the capital of the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia. Trieste is...

  • Hotel Marina

    Hotel is on the coast in the old town of Izola and could be a potential user of this...

  • IdealKlima

    Dealing with the installation of various systems, they will give us their point of view...

  • Deltaprojekt j.d.o.o.

    Deltaprojekt j.d.o.o. is working on a lot of household projects as designer’s but also...

  • Klimaproing d.o.o.

    Klimaproing has experience in wide variety of activities including design, technical...

  • Municipality of Samothraki

    As a local public authority located on the Aegean Sea, Municipality of Samothraki will...

  • Klimamichaniki

    Klimamichaniki is specialized in promoting the latest scientific-technological achievements...

  • Eko sklad

    Eco Fund’s subsidies have had a positive effect on tax revenues, diminishing of grey...

  • Izaslanik Sunca j.d.o.o.

    Dealing with the installation of various systems, Izlazak Sunca will give us their point...

  • REA KVARNER

    REA Kvarner is the main body for promoting renewable energy sources in the Primorje-Gorski...

  • City of Split

    Split is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia...

  • Ipros d.o.o.

    Ipros is a company specialized in the heat exchanger and will give us their guidance...

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News

SEADRION: Seawater heat pump operation experience

“SEADRION – Seawater heat pump operation experience” will be held via ZOOM Video Webinar on Tuesday, July 27th 2021. from 10:00 to 11:00 AM

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