• 437.8 MW Renewable Energy Capacity Awarded in the First Joint Solar Wind Power Tender in Greece

    /25th April 2019, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Greece has announced the results of its 600 MW renewable energy tender awarding 437.78 MW capacity. The tender had been oversubscribed with bids coming in for 637.78 MW capacity (see 600 MW Greek Tender Gets 638 MW Bids). Greek energy regulator RAE reported the weighted average price of the winning bids in the tender was €0.057 ($0.064) per kWh with bids ranging between €0.053 to €0.06472 ($0.059 to $0.073) per kWh. The Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) is an independent administrative authority, which enjoys, by the provisions of the law establishing it, financial and administrative independence. 

  • Greece to Transform Former Mining Sites into Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants with Over 3 GW Capacity

    /14th February 2020, Alyssa Danigelis/ Greece’s Environment and Energy Minister Kostis Hatzidakis recently announced plans to invest in two enormous solar facilities on former mining sites. A plant on the Peloponnese Peninsula in southern Greece would be 1 gigawatt, and another for Ptolemaida in the north would be 2 GW. At a meeting with stakeholders in Ptolemaida, Hatzidakis said that Greece’s Public Power Corporation (PPC) would move quickly to install the 2-GW plant in the lignite mining region, Ilias Tsagas reported today for PV Magazine. PPC also wants to build a 1-GW plant in Megalopoli, which has mining sites and a coal-fired power plant, Tsagas added. 

  • Masdar Acquires the Greek Energy Company GEK TERNA in a Remarkable €3.2 Billion Deal

    Masdar Acquires Terna Energy small

    /ABU DHABI, UAE & ATHENS, June 20, 2024, 11:30 BST, Masdar/ Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company PJSC – Masdar (“Masdar”), the UAE’s clean energy leader, has announced its definitive agreement with GEK TERNA SA (GEKTERNA.AT) and other shareholders of TERNA ENERGY SA (TENERGY.AT) to acquire 67% of the company’s outstanding shares initially. This is subject to regulatory approvals and other conditions. Upon completion of the initial acquisition, Masdar will launch an all-cash mandatory tender offer to acquire the remaining outstanding shares, aiming to reach 100% ownership.

  • Siemens Gamesa Grabs 184 MW at Latest RES Auction Round in Poland

    /20th April 2020, SiemensGamesa/ Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has continued its winning streak in Poland following the award of three projects totalling 184 MW at the country’s last auction round held in December 2019. The company will supply 63 wind turbines to several customers including independent private investors to national and international utility companies. 

  • Two Wind Farms with 44.4 MW Capacity to Start Commercial Operation in Greece

    /12th March 2019, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ The two windfarms with a combined operating capacity of 44.4 MW, divided between Eressou Ipsoma-Fourka (operating capacity 36MW) and Lefkes-Kerasia (operating capacity of 8.4MW) shall be commissioned by the end of H1 2019 in Greece, according to the Renewable Market Watch™. Combined, they will host 22 wind turbines installed on complex high altitude terrain (exceeding 1.400m), and will be connected to the transmission grid via a new MV/HV Substation and respectively 8.5 km and 16km of MV underground cable..

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