Workshop Details

Guarantees of origin market workshop

October/November 2024 (date to be announced later)

Join us for this educational workshop to deepen your understanding of the guarantees of origin market and gain valuable insights into CROPEX's GoO market with a demonstration of the trading platform and a simulation of the Guarantees of Origin auction.

Mozaik Event Center, Slavonska Avenija 6/2, Zagreb
300 EUR per person (20% discount will apply for second and every subsequent participant from the same company)
5h (10:00 to 15:00 CET)


  1. European guarantees of origin system
    BORIS DOKMANOVIĆ, Director Sector for RES and Support System Implementation, HROTE
    • Introduction to the Guarantees of Origin System
    • Issuance of Guarantees of Origin and Basic Procedures for Goos
    • Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB) and European Energy Certification System (EECS) Rules
    • European Legislative Framework for Guarantees Of Origin
    • Other Certification Systems
  2. Croatian Register of Guarantees of Energy Origin
    BORIS DOKMANOVIĆ, Director Sector for RES and Support System Implementation, HROTE
    • Regulations in the Republic of Croatia Governing Guarantees Of Energy Origin And Disclosure Of Origin
    • Guarantees of origin Register
    • Determining the Structure of Electricity Sold to Customers in the Republic of Croatia
  3. Guarantees of Origin Market and Price Movement
    MARKO KELAVA, Head of Market Operations Department, CROPEX
    • Key concepts of Guarantees of Origin Market
    • The Influence of Market Factors on the Guarantees of Origin Prices
    • Market Pricing On CROPEX GoO Market
  4. Simulation of Guarantee of Origin Auctions
    MARKO KELAVA, Head of Market Operations Department & ANA RAGUŽ, Market Specialist and Analyst, CROPEX
    • Implementation of CROPEX's GoO Auction System
    • Practical Guarantees of Origin Auction Simulation through CROPEX's GoO Auction System
  5. Q&A  



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