Ing. Bronislava Herdová, PhD.

Project manager, Head of ECB association

She has been employed by ECB since 2001 as a project manager. Since 2005 she is the chairman of the Assembly of members of the ECB association. She graduated at Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology. She has experience in the area of preparation and management of energy projects focused on energy efficiency in buildings and industry, projects focused on decreasing of greenhouse gas emissions and funding of energy projects. In the last three years she has acted as a coordinator for projects funded from EBRD and aimed at preparation of legislation which introduces energy efficiency in buildings in Kyrgyzstan and Moldova under European legislation.

herdova@ecb.sk

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Current projects:
Assistance to the government of Kyrgyzstan with implementation of new legislation in the area of energy efficiency of buildings in Kyrgyzstan – provides advisory services within the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s technical assistance program

She prepares energy audits and energy certification in the area of buildings and industrial facilities.

Successfully completed projects:
RFEEBE – Preparation of regulation framework for the area of energy efficiency of buildings in Moldova and Kyrgyzstan (the project currently continues with implementation of the new legislation in Kyrgyzstan)
Minus 3 percent Decreasing of energy consumption in the communal area 3% per year
CEVO - Centre for public lighting, Removing the barriers of public lighting restoration in Slovakia – she has been present when the idea originated and during several years of project preparation of the department for public lighting, which has been since 2005 part of ECB
INOFIN – Innovative funding for social housing restoration
CF-SEP – Looking for possibilities of funding of RES and EE projects
Energy audit of office of the Ministry of Transport, Posts and Telecommunications of Slovak Republic – it was a very effective investment for tax payers, based on this audit the building undertakes a significant restoration focused on decreasing of energy consumption.