Renewable energy

Greece in support of RES policies in EU split over nuclear energy

European Union member states showed their divisions on nuclear energy policy on Monday, with one camp led by France promoting the technology and another, led by Austria and Germany, and signed by Greece and another 12 countries, pushing to prioritise renewable energy sources instead.

Greece doubles renewable energy capacity in four years

The development of cross-border interconnections that make Greece an energy hub for Southeastern Europe was highlighted by Deputy Minister of Environment and Energy Alexandra Sdoukou in her address at the ministerial Conference of the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Monday and Tuesday in Paris.

Bulgarian & US Officials Explore Energy Security Strategies

Bulgarian Ministers Rumen Radev of Energy and Assen Vassilev of Finance recently engaged in high-level talks with US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm in Washington, D.C., focusing on critical energy issues. The meeting underscored the importance of bilateral cooperation in nuclear technology, energy diversification, and enhancing energy security.

Commission to investigate PPC for potential breach of EU antitrust policy

The European Commission informed the Greek electricity provider Public Power Corporation (PPC) on Wednesday of its preliminary view that PPC has breached EU antitrust policy by selling electricity in the Greek wholesale market below cost, thereby excluding its main rivals.

TotalEnergies explores US, Europe renewable portfolio stake sale, sources say

France's TotalEnergies is exploring a sale of a 50% stake of a portfolio of renewable projects in Europe and the US, including Greece,according to two people familiar with the matter.

The French energy group is sounding out advisers for a sale of a stake in wind and solar power assets across the US, Spain, Portugal, France and Greece, the sources said.

PPC signs agreement for Phoibi project

Public Power Corporation SA on Thursday announced the completion of the signing of the syndicated financing of Phoibi Energiaki Sole Shareholder SA, a subsidiary of PPC Renewables, within the framework of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, Greece 2.0, with Eurobank acting as coordinator and Eurobank and Piraeus Bank as co-organizer.

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