FENISG presented during the Visit of the Korean Delegation to the Croatian Science Foundation and the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia

FENISG project was presented by prof. Igor Kuzle during the visit of the Korean delegation (http://www.hrzz.hr/default.aspx?id=2520). The event was held on September 7th 2018 in the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia. The document can be found here.

prof. Kuzle presenting

Agenda of the meeting

FENISG related research preented at PES GM 2018

Segments of the FENISG related project research were presented od PES General Meeting in Portland, Oregon in USA by Ninoslav Holjevac on August 7th 2018. The document can be found here.

Ninoslav Holjevac presenting his work

Workshop at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing - Smart Grid Lab

The SGlab functionalities have been demonstrated through the workshop organized at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing on June 18th 2018. The presentation can be found here.

Mateo Beus presenting SGlab

Presentation on PES GM 2017 in Chicago

The segment of FENISG project results was presented by Kristina Jurković on PES General Meeting in Chicago, USA. The paper can be found here.

Kristina Jurković presenting her work

Presentation on POWERTECH 2017 in Manchester

The part of the project results wes presented by Ivan Pavić on Powertech in Manchester, UK. The poster can be found here.

FENISG project at Zagreb Energy week 2017

The FENISG project was part of the Zagreb energy week that was held from 8th to 13th May, 2017.

Team join - Stjepan Tusun, PhD

The FENISG project welcomed a new team member, Stjepan Tusun, PhD. The list of all team participants can be found here.

FENISG Project - 2016 report

The third year of the project FENISG has been completed. The project report has been evaluated as a successful. The work plan for 2017 can be found in deliverables section.

Publications in 2016

FENISG project related publications can be found in the deliverables section - here

The publications include:

  • Matija Zidar, Pavlos S. Georgilakis, Nikos D. Hatziargyriou, Tomislav Capuder, Davor Å krlec, Review of energy storage allocation in power distribution networks: applications, methods and future research, IET Gener. Transm. Distrib., 2016, Vol. 10, Iss. 3, pp. 645–652.
  • Anamari Nakić, Designs over finite fields,3rd Istanbul Design Theory, Graph Theory and Combinatorics Workshop, Istanbul, Turska, 13. - 17.6. 2016.
  • Ivanković, Igor; Kuzle, Igor; Sirovina, Renato, Multifunctional System Protection for Transmission Lines Based on Phasor Data, EEEIC 2016, Firenca, Italija, 7.-10.6.2016. 2016.
  • Ivanković, Igor; Kuzle, Igor, Transmission System Phase Angle Footprint Based on Synchrophasor Measurement, MELECON 2016, Limassol, Cipar, 18.-20.4.2016. 2016.
  • Ivanković, Igor; RubeÅ¡a, Renata; Kuzle, Igor, Modeling 400 kV Transmission Grid with System Protection and Disturbance Analysis, ENERGYCON 2016, Leuven, Belgija, 4.-8.4.2016.
  • Holjevac, Ninoslav; Pavić, Ivan; Zidar, Matija; Kuzle, Igor, Utjecaj pouzdanosti pogona na održavanje i planiranje razvoja, Peto savjetovanje hrvatskog ogranka međunarodne elektrodistribucijske konferencije, Osijek, Hrvatska, 15-18.05.2016.
  • Zidar, Matija; Capuder, Tomislav; Å krlec, Davor, Optimiranje smjeÅ¡taja i veličine spremnika energije koriÅ¡tenjem metode stoÅ¡ca drugog reda, Peto savjetovanje hrvatskog ogranka međunarodne elektrodistribucijske konferencije, Osijek, Hrvatska, 15-18.05.2016
  • TomÅ¡ić, Željko; RajÅ¡l, Ivan; Filipović, Matea, Techno-Economic analysis of common work of Wind and CCGT plant by offering continuous level of power to electricity market, 11th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Enviroment Systems (SDEWES 2016), Lisbon, Portugal, 7-8 June, 2016.
  • Holjevac , Ninoslav; Capuder, Tomislav; Kuzle, Igor, Economic and Environmental Analysis of an Operation of a Residential Microgrid, 8th International Conference on Applied Energy (ICEA 2016), Beijing, China, 8-11 October, 2016

Poster on 11th SDEWES Conference

The poster of the project results presented on 11th SDEWES conferenc in Lisabon in 2016 can be found here.

Presentation on SEERC CIGRE Portorož

The presentation of the project results presented on Regional CIGRÉ Conference in Portoroz Slovenia can be found here.

FENISG project - 2015 report

The FENISG project has successfully finished the second year. The project has been evaluated as a execellent one.
Work plan can be found in the deliverables section.

FENISG project - Deliverables section of the website

The Deliverables section of the FENISG website has been updated with the publications and report related to the project
Documents can be found here.

FENISG laboratory presentation - Zagreb Energy Conference

IEEE Power and Energy Student Branch organized international two-day "Zagreb Energy Conference". Redesigned FENISG laboratory was presented. Participants had the opportunity to visit the lab and get acquainted with research within the FENISG Project.
More can be found here.

FENISG poster at "Day of the Faculty"

Poster that was presented at the poster session on "Faculty Day" that was held at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
Presentation can be found here.

FENISG project presentation

A short presentation of the FENISG project (link) was held at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing where main project outlines were presented.
Presentation can be found here.

FENISG project start

FENISG is a project founded by Croatian science foundation. By the decision number O-1673-2014 the project funding was given to University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.
The project leader is prof. Igor Kuzle.
Project funding lasts form 01.10.2014. to 01.06.2018. (duration 4 years)


The share of renew able energy sources (RES) in electric power systems (EPS) has increased during the recent years and this trend is expected to continue. The stochastic nature of electricity production from RES imposes new challenges for the EPS operation and control. large share of undispatchable RES can lead to significant disturbances of EPS components. These disturbances need to be balanced out and the security of the system has to be preserved. If the resources for providing balancing energy and flexibility are limited, secure operation of the EPS will become highly expensive. Conventional generation units provide the necessary flexibility to maintain a continuous balance between supply and demand. The question is: are these conventional resources the most feasible way of providing system flexibility in the future low carbon systems? During the recent years, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) have become an attractive way of transportation. While passive approach to their integration might cause problems to the system, active utilization of their flexibility might enable higher penetration of RES. A similar reasoning can be applied to the distributed generation, especially technologies with the potential of multi energy vector interaction (efficient electric heating, combined heat and power, battery storage etc.). Current grids need to be capable of dealing with mentioned requirements. The concept of Smart Grid (SG) is based on using of novel information and communication technology (ICT) and includes application of a spectrum of innovative and flexible technologies. The purpose of this project is to establish a methodological and comprehensive framework providing the costs and benefits evaluation of SG projects and technologies. Given the sizeable investments needed, there is a need for a fair, consistent and methodological approach for estimation of the best investment option, taking into account economic and environmental aspects of a specific project.

FENISG concept


  • Energy/Power nodes;
  • Smart grids;
  • Renewable energy sources;
  • Distributed generation;
  • Energy Storage
  • plug in electrical vehicles

Flexible energy nodes in low carbon smart grid