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A view of Ban Jelačić Square in Zagreb, Croatia, which is the largest and most populous city in Croatia, as well as its capital since the country declared independence in 1991.
A view of Ban Jelačić Square in Zagreb, Croatia, which is the largest and most populous city in Croatia, as well as its capital since the country declared independence in 1991.
A view of Ban Jelačić Square in Zagreb, Croatia, which is the largest and most populous city in Croatia, as well as its capital since the country declared independence in 1991.
A view of Ban Jelačić Square in Zagreb, Croatia, which is the largest and most populous city in Croatia, as well as its capital since the country declared independence in 1991.
A view of Ban Jelačić Square in Zagreb, Croatia, which is the largest and most populous city in Croatia, as well as its capital since the country declared independence in 1991.

Mate Lasić

Mate Lasić  ([email protected]) MSc, is head of development, HOPS, with over 19 years of experience in the energy sector. He has been working at HOPS for the last ten years. His main tasks are the development of Croatian transmission network and preparing smart grids projects with an emphasis on the flexibility of active and reactive power in the Croatian transmission network.