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WIND Mission Greece - IENE Outlines its Role in RES development

WIND Mission Greece - IENE Outlines its Role in RES development Responding to an invitation by Mr. Derek Michalski, Editor of the “Voice of Renewables” and organizer of the WIND Mission Greece conference, IENE, through it Chairman and Executive Director participated in this timely event. The conference brought together some of Greece’s top experts in wind energy and Renewable Energy Sources (RES) who presented latest a aspects of their work and debated the hot subjects relevant to the Greek RES scene, such as the licensing and regulatory issues involved in the development and implementation of RES projects and wind farms in particular.

Responding to an invitation by Mr. Derek Michalski, Editor of the "Voice of Renewables” and organizer of the WIND Mission Greece conference, IENE, through it Chairman and Executive Director participated in this timely event. The conference brought together some of Greece’s top experts in wind energy and Renewable Energy Sources (RES) who presented latest a aspects of their work and debated the hot subjects relevant to the Greek RES scene, such as the licensing and regulatory issues involved in the development and implementation of RES projects and wind farms in particular.

In his presentation on the "Role of IENE in RES development in Greece’s” the Institute’s Chairman Costis Stambolis described IENE’s contribution over the last 15 years or so in the development of the RES sector and the impact of the Institute in raising public awareness and promoting the necessary legal and regulatory changes. He then went on to present one of IENE’s latest projects which concerned a major study on the "Energy Transition of the island of Kastelorizo” which aims at full energy autonomy of the island, based on solar and wind power generation backed by adequate battery storage.

Summing up his presentation IENE’s chairman observed that it is no exaggeration to state that:

(a) IENE by promoting constantly and consistently the need for increased RES applications, and wind in particular, has to a certain extent influenced developments at policy level in Greece over the last 15 years.

(b) IENE through its various pro RES activities has been a catalyst for greater RES penetration in the country’s energy mix.

The full presentation is now available through https://www.iene.eu/the-role-of-iene-in-res-development-in-greece-windmission-deree-the-american-college-of-greece-october-14-15-2019-p5322.html

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