Julije DOMAC

CEO of North-West Croatia Energy Agency (HR)

B.Sc., M.Sc and Ph. D. received at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb. Julije Domac is the Special Advisor on Energy and Climate of the Croatian President of Republic and member of the Covenant of Mayors – Europe Board since 2016. He is also managing director of the North West Regional Agency since its creation in 2008 and President of FEDARENE since 2013. Julije is a recognized international expert in renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. He worked as national biomass programme coordinator in Croatia, project director and technical editor for FAO, Task Manager for the International Energy Agency (IEA), national project leader for UNIDO, lead expert for the World Bank, expert evaluator for the European Commission. He has published over 60 scientific and professional papers in leading international publications and magazines. He has won several awards for his work and his involvement in the sustainable energy transition.

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Multi-level governance dialogue in times of crisis

The policy workshop underscored the vital role of effective politics and policies in driving the widespread adoption of sustainable energy, tackling challenges like behavior change, city readiness, inclusive dialogue, energy solidarity, energy poverty, and community empowerment, highlighting the imperative of collaborative efforts in addressing climate change.

REGEA celebrated its 15th Anniversary

REGEA, the North-West Croatia Regional Energy and Climate Agency, celebrated its 15th anniversary with notable achievements in energy and climate, including pioneering projects, financial growth, and a commitment to renewable energy transition.