February 10, 2019

Steinbeis Center for Energy Technologies increased its visibility by achieving a milestone: The paper on "Evaluation of Electricity Generating System’s Technology Mix Using 3E Indicator" appeared in Journal of Thermal Science published by Springer. See more at It is also a great achievement for both Steinbeis  Novi Sad and for Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies Group (

News of Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies Group
October 11, 2015

In connection that we obtained ISO 9001 certification, the re-certification audit on October 8-9, 2015, showed again that The Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technology Group duly improves the Quality Management System.

September 25, 2015

Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies Group was co-organizer of the 6th International Symposium on Industrial Engineering which took place on September 24-25, 2015 in Belgrade, Serbia.

September 18, 2015

On Sept. 16-19, 2015, Beijing Academy of Sciences, European Virtual Institute for Integrated Risk Management (EU-VRi) and Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies Group have organized the 5th China Europe Risk Forum. The Forum was devoted to: "Emerging risks and resilience of critical systems and infrastructures". 

July 24, 2015

Prof. Jovanovic explains the Steinbeis vision and approach in his keynote at The World Congress of Risk in Singapore (July 19-23, 2015)


Steinbeis Centre for Energy Technologies

Company Description

Steinbeis Centre for Energy Technologies includes a wide range of knowledge and activities on the processes and equipment in thermal power and process engineering, including those on the management of energy flows and knowledge for risk assessment and risk management.

            The uniqueness of our approach to industrial energy is a systematic and comprehensive analysis of all technical and non-technical process parameters. Based on decades of experience in projects to improve energy efficiency at home and abroad, and seen the importance of the individual for the success of the implementation of the project, as well as the need to adapt the technology to the real potential of people who should run it. Therefore, the original approach has been developed for staff training sessions and the introduction of new technologies in the process.

We can by using this knowledge, independently or as part of a wider team offer the realization of projects in the following areas:


1. Analysis of production processes as a whole, or only some of its segments.

The result of the analysis should be to quantitatively define "bad" points and "sources" of increased consumption of energy, raw materials and possible reduction or even a lack of product’s quality.

Analyses would be implemented with modern measuring technique using high analytical and heuristic knowledge.

Such a systematic analysis is usually related to the whole plant, while in the later iterations should be performed the analysis of individual processes and devices, always bearing in mind the significance of the observed part for the whole.

2. Analysis of process and power equipment as a whole or a part there of.

The analysis would be related to quantitative determination of the amount of spent working life or the remaining service life of critical equipment and the assessment of the risks for further use.

3. Re-engineering of production technologies 

These works could be done for those segments for which previous analyzes indicate that it is necessary or justified.

Realization these works enable: reduction of production costs based on lower energy consumption, lower raw materials consumption and to improve product quality and increase overall competitiveness.

4. Re-design of process and power equipment

This would enable the replacement of old equipment, which’s working life is at the end, or equipment that does not provide enough good process parameters, with new and appropriate equipment.

This would significantly reduce the risk of possible failures and achieve better process parameters, which would enable reduction of maintenance costs and other production costs and further increase of competitiveness.


5. Participation in the development of new projects and new technologies.

The experts of the Center can help defining and implementing various energy projects such as, for example:

a. Using a wet, low caloric coal (as those from Kovin open mine).

b. Development and application of energy-efficient separation processes, which enable separation of certain substances on molecular level, with minimum energy consumption. These technologies are promising and important for the food industry, energy generation and environment protection.

c. Development and application of the system of gasification and pyrolysis of biomass and further efficient use obtained gas.

d. Systems using geothermal energy, with or without application of heat pumps.


6. We can organize a variety of special courses and seminars for the advancement of knowledge in the above areas, specifically designed to the interests and needs of specific partners and their employees.


The Center has adequate human resources for the implementation of these operations, as can be seen from the reference list.

We have the possibility of recruiting top individuals from abroad, as well as the cooperation and/or joint performances with reputable research and development centers from abroad.

Of course, all of these tasks need to be done in closest cooperation with professional teams from the production, development and management departments of our clients.

It will be our great pleasure and the highest professional and scientific challenge to work with our future clients on the implementation of some of these, or similar projects. 

Contact details

Main office:

Bulevar Despota Stefana 16

21000 Novi Sad, Serbia


Phone: +381 642846636

Fax: +49 711 410041 24






Prof. Vojin Grković

Phone: +381 64 2846636

Fax: +49 711 410041 24


 Prof. Dusan Gvozdenac

Phone: +381 63 209651

Fax: +49 711 410041 24


Ongoing projects
Currently Steinbeis Centre for Energy Technologies takes part in the project: "Evaluation of energy projects in public procurement of low value."


Energy Efficiency  Symposium – ENEF – 2015

25-26 September 2015,

Faculty for Electrotehnics In Banja Luka,

Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina

 IX International forum on clean energy technologies – Serbia’s Energy Horizon 2020