Egypt-Greece interconnector proposed to join EU priority projects

The “GREGY” electrical interconnection, linking Egypt and Greece, is proposed to be added to the European Union’s list of Projects of Mutual Interest

Global meltdown: July set to break heat records

July is on track to be the hottest month ever recorded, with unprecedented heatwaves and wildfires impacting regions worldwide, according to the UN

New 50MW wind farm completed in Greece in six months

Ibderdrola’s Askio III wind farm consists of 12 turbines that will generate enough electricity to meet the annual needs of more than 54,000 homes

Greece runs entirely on renewables for first time

Renewable energy sources represented 46% of the country’s power mix in the first eight months of the year, new report suggests

EU approves €341m Greek scheme to support electricity storage facilities

The projects will have a total capacity of up to 900MW and will be selected through a bidding process

Greece taken to EU Court over environmental impact assessment failures

The Environmental Impact Assessment Directive applies to a wide range of defined public and private projects including long-distance railway lines, motorways and express roads and airports

New partnership to jointly develop offshore wind projects in Greece

Parkwind and Intrakat have teamed up to bring their complementary competences in offshore development and local infrastructure experience for new opportunities

Green hydrogen pipeline to link Bulgaria and Greece

This is being built to cut Russian dependence and boost renewable energy access

Greece to mobilise €1.63bn investment for ‘just’ climate and energy transition

Its plan will benefit from grants of €1.38bn from the EU’s Just Transition Fund Programme – a key tool to ensure the transition towards a climate-neutral economy happens in a ‘fair way, leaving no one behind’ – adopted by the Commission last week

Hottest day of the year tomorrow a marker of climate change?

Temperatures are set to reach 34°C, with experts putting it down to climate change