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.
For the first time in the first 10 months of the year the electricity produced cumulatively from renewables including large hydro exceeded that from fossil fuels (fossil gas and lignite) (20186 GWh vs 19859 GWh).
Greece at -19% in gas consumption during the August-October quarter compared to the five-year average, exceeding by 4 percentage points the -15% target set by the EU for the period August 2022-March 2023.
As part of the project “Learn-Participate-Protect the Environment”.
Nikos Mantzaris on CGTN global news network.
Joint letter by Civil Society Organizations.
Renewables excluding large hydro continue to dominate Greece’s electricity mix in the first 9 months of 2022 by contributing 14779 GWh and increasing their lead over fossil gas (14339 GWh), which decreased for the first time since 2018 with respect to to the same period of the previous year.
Statement by Nikos Mantzaris to Xronos-Kozanis.gr.
Interview with Nikos Mantzaris at ERT Proto Programma.
Statement by Nikos Mantzaris to Al Jazeera.