ESCO project

Municipality Radoviš, North Macedonia

The term ESCO stands for energy service company. The model allows those companies to carry out energy services without the clients having to invest their own capital in the projects.

Trigal invested funds together with energy company Interenergo, in the project of urban lightning regeneration for municipality Radoviš in North Macedonia. Municipality Radoviš, with a population of 28,000, issued a public tender for the update of municipality ‘s public lighting system with the LED technology.

Highlights:

  • Installation of 3,397 LED lights
  • New LED lights will bring significant savings
  • Technology: LED street lighting
  • Project lifetime: 8 years

ESCO project

Impol TLM hall, Šibenik, Croatia

Trigal invested funds in the lighting renovation project at the Impol TLM production hall.

Previous production hall lighting was done with material mercury that is dangerous for human health. Project is led by Resalta, the provider of energy services in the region.

Highlights:

  • Replacement of 560 existing fixtures with 395 new LED high efficiency fixtures
  • Savings of energy consumption and savings of maintenance OPEX
  • Technology: LED production hall lighting
  • Project lifetime: 5 years

ESCO projects portfolio

5 public lighting projects, Serbia

Trigal invested funds in 5 urban lighting regeneration projects in Serbia.

Projects in Serbia are led by Resalta.

Highlights:

  • Installation of LED lights in 5 municipalities
  • New LED lights will bring significant savings
  • Technology: LED street lighting
  • Project lifetime: 13 years remaining

Solar power plant development

Fraport building, Brnik, Slovenia

Trigal invested funds in the development of the Solar power plant at Brnik airport in Slovenia.

Company Resalta is providing the services of engineering, operations and maintenance of the solar power plant.

Highlights:

  • Installed capacity: 500 kW
  • Estimated use of roof approx. 3,176 sqm
  • Technology: Solar
  • Project lifetime: 25 years

Wind power plant development

WP Euroing Bogdanci, North Macedonia

Trigal invested funds together with energy company Interenergo in the development of the Wind power plant, located in the south-eastern part of the Republic of North Macedonia, between villages Stojakovo and Selemli.

Operation of the wind power plant is envisaged for end of year 2023.

Highlights:

  • Installed capacity: 30MW
  • Feed-in Tariff: 20 years
  • Technology: Wind
  • Project lifetime: 27 years