Solar PV Project Development Greece

The Sunny Outlook for the Greek Solar PV Market

with Stelios Psomas (HELAPCO - Hellenic Association of PV Companies) , Stefanos Lialios (Cero Generation Limited)

Solar PV is now the number one renewable energy source in Greece! Topping off this milestone, the Greek government just passed a new law passed this summer that should push renewables even further. These developments are making the forecasts for Greek solar PV look very sunny! Still, a few clouds remain on the horizon, such as grid connection issues and the low starting bid levels in the most recent RES auction.

This webinar was held in October 2022, but the recordings are still available!

Stelios Psomas

Policy Advisor

Stefanos Lialios

Country Manager Greece

Tune in to our Greece solar PV webinar to gain the latest insights into the successful investment in and development of solar projects in Greece that deliver on their promise in the long term. With a specific focus on the drivers and obstacles for investing and developing in Greece's current business climate, and the sharing of best practices from nearly 5 GW of operational projects, this webinar will provide you with practical and actionable pointers to build and grow your portfolio.

Make the most of this 1-hour webinar, benefit from the webinar's interactivity, and ask the expert speakers about their investor & developer perspectives on the Greek solar PV market. Some of the major talking points: 

  • Breakdown of the new renewable energy law passed the past summer
  • Key drivers for accelerating the development of PV projects
  • Obstacles along the way and how to overcome them
  • Success factors for investing in and developing solar plants
  • Trends shaping the future of solar operations

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