Considering these developments, Norwegian Offshore Wind has established a partnership with ELETAEN, the Greek Wind Association, in a collaborative effort to facilitate valuable connections between Norwegian and Greek companies. This collaboration will manifest through matchmaking activities designed to bring together key players in the industry.
The visit is expected to attract notable Greek wind farm developers, including corporate members of ELETAEN. They will participate in the event and engage in relevant working meetings with Norwegian companies. The presence of these influential entities, coupled with the fact that many of them have already announced investment targets for offshore wind, underscores the immense opportunities within the Greek offshore wind sector.
The presence of such influential entities underscores the immense opportunities available within the Greek offshore wind sector.
Furthermore, substantial participation is anticipated from supply chain stakeholders, encompassing ports and various suppliers, who play a role in driving offshore wind projects in Greece.
The Greek companies attending: Terna Energy, Elica Group, PPC Renewables, Iberdrola, EDP Renewables, Enel Green Power Hellas, Parkwind, Helleniq Energy, RWE, Total Energies, MORE Energy, Elefsis Shipyards, Future Intelligence Aviation Ltd, ETME S.A, Lykomitros Steel S.A., Hellenic Cables, Corinth Pipeworks S.A., iWind Renewables S.A., ABL Group, OWC, Valorem Energie, EMEK SA, Archirodon, National Energy, ENVITEC SA, Simply Blue Group, WRE S.A., ENTEKA, EDF Renewables Hellas, ELICA SA, RES Invest, and SSE Renewables Hellas SA.
The workshop is supported by a grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants 2014-2021, in the frame of the Programme "Business Innovation Greece", within the project GR-INNO-SGS2 Soft Measures - HWEA/ELETAEN.