Greece wants to build at least 2 GW of offshore wind generating capacity by 2030. Given the characteristics of Greek waters, much of it will be floating offshore wind farms.
If you are interested in learning which are the optimal opportunities to meet that ambition and which are the best ways of mitigating key bottlenecks that may hinder it, join us at the Renewable Greece Conference 2023 on Friday, April 7.
Our Partner & Head of Energy, VALIA APOSTOLOPOULOU, is participating as a moderator in a roundtable discussion about “Greek offshore wind – potential, bottlenecks and lessons learned”, together with the esteemed professionals Nikolaos Alagialoglou, Senior Director, Head of COP Greece, Spyros Kiartzis, Manager, New Technologies and Alternative Energy Sources, Helleniq Energy Holdings, Carlotta Gradissimo, Offshore Wind Technical Development Manager, Mainstream Renewable Power, and Bruno G. Geschier, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, BW Ideol.
For more information and registration: https://lnkd.in/gDAF-P7S