Shaping the future of energy in Southeast Europe

Greece is poised to emerge as a pivotal player in the Southeast European energy market, driven by new energy interconnections, infrastructural developments, and strategic acquisitions. This transformation is primarily fueled by two significant factors: the shift towards a more environmentally friendly energy mix and the diminishing reliance on Russian natural gas following the Ukraine invasion.

Key initiatives such as the acquisitions made by the Public Power Corporation (PPC) in Romania, and the anticipated expansions into Bulgaria and other regional markets, coupled with the proactive measures taken by the Independent Power Transmission Operator (IPTO) to fortify electrical interconnections, signify significant strides in this direction. Concurrently, major energy conglomerates are closely monitoring regional developments to capitalize on potential market penetrations.


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