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  • New regime on electricity producers from RES/CHP stations foresees further investments in Greek energy market


    In early August 2016, Greek Parliament passed Law No. 4414 on the "New support scheme for electricity producers of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and Combined Heat and Power High Performance (CHP) stations - Provisions for legal and functional separation of supply and distribution industries in the market of natural gas and other provisions "(Gov. A'139 / 09.08.2016), which regulates highly important issues for the Greek energy market as regards the electricity stations generating power from RES and CHP.

  • Terna Energy H1 2016 net earnings fall 53 pct on FX movements


    Renewable energy company, Terna Energy’s results for the first half of the year show that consolidated sales came to 93.8 million euros compared to 85.4 million euros during the first half of 2015, an increase of 9.8 percent.

  • Can Greece learn to love renewable energy?

    By: Omaira Gill


    Greece is one of the most fossil-fuel dependent countries in the European Union, and has struggled to shake off this label at a time when the production of energy from renewable sources is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world.

  • After calm summer, hectic September lies ahead for Greek government


    Although August appears to be a relatively quiet month for the government, particularly compared to the previous months and last year, there is a list of 15 prior actions the government is supposed to implement by mid-September to receive the next aid tranche of 2.8 billion euros.

  • Photo via www.mytilineos.gr Mytilineos Group H1 2016 turnover steady, profits down


    The industrial conglomerate Mytilineos Group has released its H1 2016 financial report showing that the group managed to maintain steady growth in the face of a challenging domestic and international business environment, but did register some marginal losses compared to the same period last year.

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