On January 24, 2019, the Green Tank together with European NGO networks European Beyond Coal, Climate Action Network and Client Earth sent two letters, one to Commissioners Cañete και Šefčovič and a separate one to Commission Vestager in which they argue for the urgent need to cancel the Greek PPC lignite sale.
Comment on the UNFCCC COP24 in Katowice, Poland and the inconsistency between the proposed Greek Energy and Climate Plan with the ambition needed to mitigate climate change.
Statement on the need for the Greek Capacity Mechanisms to comply with the recently agreed new EU rules on the electricity market.
Analysis by Nikos Mantzaris following the conclusion of the trilogue negotiations on the new EU electricity market regulation and the new rules for capacity payments to coal power plants.
The Green Tank participated in the day conference entitled “ Demonstration of good practices to minimize impacts of wind farms on biodiversity in Greece”, which was jointly organized by the Centre for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES) in Greece and Nature Conservation Consultants (NCC) on December 13, 2018.
On December 3, 2018, the Green Tank submitted detailed comments to the public consultation on the draft National Climate and Energy Plan (NCEP) organized by the Ministry of Environment and Energy.
Comment regarding the CO2 levy and the continuous operation of the Amyndeo lignite power plant beyond its legal hours of operation.
Opinion piece by Nikos Mantzaris regarding shortcomings of the PPC lignite sale.