New review of developments on energy communities in Greece and its lignite areas.
Comparative analysis by The Green Tank based on the monthly data collected by the think tank Ember for the whole of Europe and by the Independent Power Transmission Operator (IPTO) for Greece.
New report by The Green Tank shows that the installation of 272-300 MW photovoltaics by energy communities combined with electricity storage systems using the available financial resources can fully cover the needs of approximately 245,000 residential consumers in Greece’s lignite areas, mitigating the lack of grid space.
The annual analysis by The Green Tank shows that compared to 2005, Greece recorded a 57.1% reduction in emissions from all installations in the sectors of electricity and heat generation and energy-intensive industry covered by the ETS, ranking 6th in the EU-27 and 12 places higher than the EU-27 average (-37.9%).
Briefing note by The Green Tank.
Policy brief by The Green Tank.
Briefing Note by The Green Tank.
Latest developments on energy communities in Greece, with a particular focus on lignite regions.
Research carried out by a team of the UNESCO Chair for Climate Diplomacy, of the University of Athens, led by Professor Emmanuella Doussis, in collaboration with The Green Tank, shows that Greece’s investment in offshore wind will help strengthen both the country’s energy autonomy and its geostrategic position.
Analysis by Tassos Chatzieleftheriou.