SINN Power launches world’s-first floating hybrid renewable energy platform

The firm says the platform allows regions in harsh maritime environments to access affordable clean power generated from wind, solar and tidal energy

Greek renewable projects granted extra time amid Covid-19 crisis

The extensions aim to protect renewable projects from being penalised because of the current closure of public services and construction delays

‘First’ waste-to-gas plant to be fired up in Greece

The new facility will use straw, corn and cotton stalk residues sourced locally from Greek farmers

EU bank lends €20m for new LNG bunkering vessel in Greece

Public Gas Corporation of Greece said the vessel will have a capacity of 3,000 cubic metres of LNG

Powering Past Coal Alliance: Greece among six new members

A new Finance Taskforce that will work alongside national and sub-national members to accelerate the closure of coal-fired power stations will also be created

Greece and Hungary to phase out coal by 2028 and 2030 respectively

The Greek Prime Minister and Hungarian President said their nations will rid themselves of the polluting fossil fuel to help reduce emissions and tackle climate change

EU approves electricity surcharge discounts in Greece

The Commission found the Greek measure and the adjustment plan are in line with EU State aid rules

Greek island of Tilos ‘to run exclusively on renewables’

A new wind turbine will mean the island’s residents no longer have to rely on its outdated power system

EU approves Greek support for flexible power capacity

A maximum of 4.5GW is to be tendered via auctions until the end of 2019

EU supports two wind farms in Greece with €24m

They will have a combined operating capacity of 44.4MW