a better future

if we give the green light to renewable energy sources

One of the most ambitious challenges of our time

is the issue of environmental protection. The use of fossil fuels as a primary source of energy is causing significant climate change and it is clear that this way of obtaining energy is incompatible with the principle of sustainability, not only in terms of the "health" of our planet but also in terms of the inexhaustibility of resources.

Fortunately, it is becoming increasingly clear that the planet offers us other, much more efficient and environmentally friendly ways of obtaining energy.

That is why the subject of renewable energy is resonating more and more widely.


Our focus

The main idea and intention of
FVE Systems, s.r.o.
is to apply in practice the use of renewable energy sources on the widest possible scale, to support the implementation of meaningful, value-added energy project solutions.

We are currently focusing our attention
primarily on photovoltaic and energy project solutions, primarily in the Balkans - Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania and Croatia.

We cover the activities of groups of entities,
that have the ambition to participate in the investment and development of energy facilities, research and development in the field of renewable energy.


Our activities 

are currently focused not only on the implementation of photovoltaic solutions,
but also on other forms of energy solutions for the generation of energy from renewable sources such as water and air.
This is because each climate provides different optimal conditions,
in order to maximise the potential of the available natural elements.

Photovoltaic power plants
power plants
Hydroelectric power plants

Solar energy

Solar energy represents a huge energy potential.
Under normal conditions, the Earth's atmosphere receives solar radiation with an intensity of 1360 W/m², and of the radiation reaching the Earth's surface, about a third of the energy is reflected back into space, some of the energy is absorbed by the atmosphere and about half of the energy reaches the Earth's surface.

Today, humanity is already able to use this kind of energy quite efficiently in several ways - active and passive forms.

Passive forms
are applied as targeted architectural solutions for the construction of buildings and houses in order to optimally use the energy of solar radiation to their advantage.

Active forms
are structural solutions that can capture, accumulate and store this type of energy. Solar collectors are particularly suitable for direct heating of water, but photovoltaic cells, which work on the principle of photoelectricity, can effectively convert light into electric current - another form of energy - thus greatly expanding the possibilities for its use.

And this is the main reason - with ever-increasing energy consumption - why photovoltaic solutions are now becoming increasingly popular and can be described as a sustainable source of energy in the future. At the same time, the fact remains that the implementation of photovoltaic solutions is the simplest form in terms of time and construction.


Wind energy

Wind energy, like many other alternative energy sources, comes from the sun. However, unlike direct solar energy (transmitted by radiation), it is in some way "stored" in the Earth's air envelope. It is therefore a time-distributed energy, which, thanks to this parameter, is one of the more reliable forms of energy, and it is also very usable in winter - a more energy-intensive period.

However, this solution is associated with higher installation requirements, restrictions in protected areas, a strong dependence on possible climate changes due to the present global warming and the consequent visual change of the environment.

Generating electricity through wind power is profitable in locations where weather conditions are relatively stable and suitable.



In favour of hydropower is the fact that it is practically the only renewable energy source whose efficiency is not influenced by other variables such as the alternation of day and night cycles, the intensity of wind blowing - it works continuously.

It is technically possible to use water energy with the highest conversion efficiency of all energy sources - up to over 90% - and the technological and design solutions of hydropower plants transform water energy into electric current.

However, although this alternative is interesting in its entirety, it is represented by the high time and design complexity of the solution, the limits in the form of the hydropower potential of the watercourses in a given geographical area.
However, it can be of great benefit in areas that benefit from this element. 


Completed projects

partnership cooperation

Livada photovoltaic power plant
Livada de Bihor

Osorhei Photovoltaic Power Plant

Galovany G3, G4 photovoltaic power plant
Liptovský Mikuláš

Photovoltaic power plant Salonta


Find out more about our activities and opportunities.


FVE Systems, s.r.o.
Grösslingová 52, 811 09 Bratislava, Slovakia