Greece Continues to Pursue Renewable Energy Goals

Power plants in Greece that run on renewable sources had 11.3 GW in capacity at the end of June, according to the Renewable Energy Sources Operator and Guarantees of Origin (DAPEEP).

Out of all installed renewable electricity facilities in Greece excluding large hydropower units most are photovoltaics – 5.8 GW, followed by 4.8 GW in wind farms.

Growth in the renewables category, as defined by DAPEEP, came in at 1.9 GW year over year or almost 20%. At the end of June last year, there was 9.42 GW in renewable energy plants including 4.4 GW in wind power and 4.3 GW in photovoltaics.

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