Mrs. Orlic, born in 1963 in
Born in 1977 in Belgrade, Serbia. Has experience in power network planning and analyses gained on numerous regional and international projects. The main areas of the professional engagement are transmission network planning, conventional and renewable power plant integration and static and dynamic system stability analyses. He graduated as Electrical Engineer in 2003 in the Faculty for electrical engineering in Belgrade.
Born in 1965 in Pancevo, Serbia. Has vast experience in power network planning and analysis, gained on numerous projects on international level as project leader or coordinator. Main areas of professional engagement are static and dynamic stability, network development and transmission capacity analyses, and implementation of regional electricity market and its mechanisms. She graduated as Electrical Engineer in the Faculty for electrical engineering in Belgrade in 1990 and M.Sc. degree in Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad in 2005.
Born in 1967 in
Djordje Dobrijevic was born in 1967 in
Born in 1972 in
Born in 1978 in Bor, Serbia. Graduated in 2004 as Electrical Engineer and in 2010 M.Sc. degree in Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade. In 2005 he joined the Institute of Electrical Engineering “Nikola Tesla”, Belgrade. Since 2014 he is with the Electricity Coordinating Center (EKC), Belgrade. He has vast experience in power system planning and analysis gained in numerous projects. Specialties: power system modelling, power flow and short circuit analysis, network planning, techno-economic analysis, electrical energy consumption characteristics and load forecasting, conventional and renewable power plant integration. His major research interests include power system modelling, analysis, stability, control, dynamics and security, detailed power plants modelling, development of user defined models, short circuit analysis, conventional and wind power plant integration, control systems and software development.
Born in 1988 in Belgrade, Serbia. Graduated in 2012 as Master in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade. The main areas of professional engagement include electricity market modelling and analysis, power generation portfolio optimization, power system development planning, development of wholesale and balancing market mechanisms and procedures, as well cost-benefit and economic evaluations of power plants and transmission infrastructure projects. He was engaged in numerous regional and international projects for power utilities, transmission system operators and international institutions (World Bank, European Commission, USAID and Energy Community Secretariat) in regions of South East Europe, Central East & Central West Europe, Black Sea region, South Caucasus, South East Asia and Central Asia.