North-west Croatia Regional Energy Agency

North-west Croatia Regional Energy Agency has been established in 2008 by Zagreb County, Karlovac County, Krapina-Zagorje County and City of Zagreb under the framework of the Intelligent Energy Europe programme.

North-West Croatia Regional Energy Agency – REGEA was established by the City of Zagreb and three neighbouring counties – Zagreb, Karlovac and Krapina-Zagorje in 2008 within the framework of the Intelligent Energy Europe Programme. After a modest start, as a first regional energy agency in Croatia, REGEA has become the leading energy centre in wider South-East Europe region.

With a team of 29 hardworking employees our primary mission is to promote and encourage regional sustainable energy development through utilization of renewable energy sources and implementation of energy efficiency projects.

Key financial indicators – in the period of 2008-2015 more than EUR 80 million worth of initiated sustainable energy projects, of which EUR 72 million consist of concrete capital investments, as well as high level of competence and expertise of our team have fully justified the foundation of the Agency and its expected role on the market. Innovative approach to developing project ideas and creative thinking of our skilled team of young experts has resulted in impressive track record in drafting, managing and applying to all available national or EU calls for proposals and tenders.

Our scope of work includes providing information, education and promotion of energy sector’s best and brightest examples, support in the development and implementation of national, regional and local energy plans and programmes, energy audits and certifications, energy performance contracting and public private partnerships.