Global connections

The Greek Power System towards the Green Transition

Due to its geographical position and shape, Greece has a verified high wind and solar potential (especially at the eastern part of the country), and the western part has a significant hydro potential (mainly at the west) that is already being exploited. The utilization of intermittent RES (wind and solar) was accelerated during last 20-25 years so that Greece has already achieved large RES penetration. Nevertheless, new and more ambitious targets have been set towards further decarbonization, bringing new challenges for the Greek power system.

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Global Connections Section includes invited articles and interviews along with CIGRE articles to broaden global power system expertise. Invited authors and interviews approved by the Electra Editorial Board may express opinions solely their own.

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