Electricity production

An electrical power production plant generating electrical power from landfill gas is located at the Jakuševec Landfill and operated by ZGOS branch of the Zagreb Holding.

ZGOS is a licensed producer of electrical power by virtue of the licence issued by the Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency,  License Class: UPI 034-02/13-01/03, Registry Number: 371-01/13-04, date of issue: 7 May 2013, and a privileged producer of electrical power by virtue of Decision Granting Privileged Electrical Power Producer Status, Decision Class: UPI 034-02/14-30/19, Registry Number: 371-01/14-10, date of issue: 23 December 2014.
To market the electrical power it produces, ZGOS entered into the Agreement on the Purchase of Electrical Power from a Plant Using a Renewable Energy Source, Number: BIOPLIN1.f.3.-4/14, concluded on 18 March 2014, with the Croatian Energy Market Operator.

Landfill gas generated by the waste deposited at the landfill is transported to gas engines via a gas pipeline network equipped with catchpots and gas wells, and converted to electrical power there. A total of 96,667,197 m3 of landfill gas was extracted from the landfill body between December 2014 and December 2015. All of the extracted gas was processed at the Small Thermal Power Plant.

A small electrical power plant that produces electric energy from landfill gas at the landfill Jakuševec is one of its kind in the Republic of Croatia. In 2014.  the plant produced a total of 12.003.668 kWh of electric energy. In 2015. a third generator was installed and the total of 17.524.144 kWh of electric energy has been produced, which is enough to settle the yearly energy demand of roughly 5.000 households. In 2018. the plant produced a total of 18.297.660 kWh of electric energy, which is enough to settle the yearly energy demand of roughly 6.100 households.
Since 2004. and until 2018. the amount  of electric energy produced and placed on the market was 110.824.603 kWh.

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