REGPHOSYS - Photovoltaic Systems as Actuators of Regional Development

Funded under the program: II IPA cross-border program Hungary - Croatia

Project value: € 123,108.50
Duration: 01.03.2013. - 01.07.2014.

The overall objective of the project: Overall objectives are development of optimal photovoltaic system configuration for climatic conditions of the cross-border region and investigating the impact of photovoltaic systems on the electrical power system, economics and environment. During the project a common knowledge database about area characteristics significant for application of photovoltaic systems will be developed and cross-border innovation network of research teams for development of photovoltaic systems will be established. Furthermore, photovoltaic system will be optimized for climatic conditions of the project impact area in terms of selecting solar cells technology and inverter topology.

Co-operation between scientific institutions and actors of the economy on both sides of the border interested in application of photovoltaic systems will be enhanced. Location of the project in terms of research and development will be Osijek and Pecs. Location of project impact will be Eastern Croatia and Southern Hungary.
Project Leader: Denis Pelin, PhD, Associate Professor
Leader of the Hungarian Partner: Viktor Varjú PhD, Research fellow

Project team:
  • Damir Šljivac , PhD, Full professor
  • Kruno Miličević , PhD, Associate professor
  • Zvonimir Klaić , PhD, Assitant professor
  • Dragan Vulin , MEng Research associate
  • Danijel Topić , BScEE, research associate
  • Mario Primorac BScEE, laboratory technician
  • Sonja Bošnjak , LLB, project manager
  • Mirta Hanzer , BScEc
  • Andrea Suvák, junior research fellow
  • György Váradi, IT expert, librarian
  • Zoltán Grünhut, PhD, research fellow
  • Ildikó Egyed, junior research fellow
  • Zoltán Gál, CsC, full professor
  • Péter Dombi, GIS expert
  • Valeria Fonyódi, cartographer
  • Balázs Páger, junior research fellow
  • Lajosné Barna, p.a
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