Norwegian company Ocean Sun has signed an agreement to provide its floating solar technology for utility-scale floating PV projects in Greece and Cyprus. [Read more…] about Ocean Sun inks deal to deploy utility-scale floating PV plants in Greece and Cyprus
The institutional framework for offshore wind farms and energy storage will be ready by June 2021, Environment and Energy Minister Kostas Skrekas recently told the Blue Economy Forum, titled ‘The Way to a Green Recovery’. [Read more…] about Greece prepares for offshore wind farm investments
Ocean Winds (OW), the joint venture between EDP Renewables and Engie, and renewables developer Terna Energy have signed a collaboration agreement to co-develop floating offshore wind projects in Greek waters [Read more…] about Ocean Winds and Terna Energy to develop floating wind offshore Greece
Greece will spend 5 billion euros ($5.9 billion) to offset the impact of ditching coal in power generation by 2028 and cutting carbon emissions in line with European Union climate targets by 2050, a government official said on last Wednesday. [Read more…] about Greece to spend five billion euros to phase out coal by 2028
Jan De Nul Group and Hellenic Cables join forces for the installation and protection of a submarine power cable between the island of Crete and the Peloponnese region of the Greek mainland, developed by ADMIE. [Read more…] about Isaac Newton will install cable in water depths up to 980 meters
Nexans has been awarded a major contract to design, manufacture and install a 335 km subsea high voltage direct current (HVDC) cable system for Ariadne Interconnection. [Read more…] about Nexans wins major subsea HVDC cable contract from Greece’s Ariadne Interconnection
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, speaking at the 3rd Thessaloniki Summit 2018, attended by Bulgarian and Serbian PMs and the Deputy PM of Romania, said that Greece is actively promoting the initiative to continue building the Turkish Stream across the Greek-Turkish border.
[Read more…] about Athens offers Brussels turning ‘Turkish Stream’ into ‘Greek Stream’
Prysmian Group has been awarded a new contract, worth €125 million, for an interconnection between the island of Crete and mainland Greece (Peloponnese region).
[Read more…] about First submarine cable interconnection between island of Crete and mainland Greece
Prysmian Group announced that has awarded a new contract worth approximately €21 million by IPTO (Independent Power Transmission Operator) for two interconnections between the Cyclades islands (Evia, Andros and Tinos), Greece.
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DNV GL has completed a workscope with the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), under funding provided by the EU, to develop guidance for the Greek offshore safety competent authority, Hellenic Ηydrocarbons Resources Management (HHRM), under Greek law 4409/2016 which enacts EU directive on offshore safety.
[Read more…] about DNV GL develops offshore safety guidance for Greek Regulator