10 March 2021 - The ministers of energy of Cyprus, Greece, and Israel have signed a memorandum of understanding on the construction of an undersea power cable.
19 February 2021 - The Greek government put Ellaktor and EDP Renewables' planned 470 MW wind power complex on Evia island on the fast track
17 February 2021 - The regional government of Western Macedonia is about to request the suspension of all renewable energy projects and demand a greater role
02 February 2021 - Local authorities in Greece's Western Macedonia say the proposed 500 MW floating photovoltaic project would devastate lake Polyfytos
25 January 2021 - Greek energy company has submitted to the regulator RAE applications for a producer certificate for three floating PV systems.
15 January 2021 - Greece’s independent transmission system operator, IPTO, plans to invest EUR 4.1 billion over the next...
08 January 2021 - New Minister of the Environment and Energy of Greece Kostas Skrekas took over the post from Kostis Hatzidakis. Major reforms are already underway.
29 December 2020 - Developers submitted 1,864 applications as Greece launched an integrated electronic system for renewables and high-efficiency CHP plants.
25 December 2020 - Crete's first interconnection with the mainland, via the Peloponnese, was successfully tested. It is the world's longest alternating current cable system
23 December 2020 - Plans for renewable energy units with a combined capacity of 2.81 GW obtained strategic investment statuses in Greece
22 December 2020 - PPC Renewables plans to install floating solar power plants with 50 MW in total, starting with a project on one of the largest lakes in Greece
17 December 2020 - A ﬁnal agreement is expected to be ready within three months, and the project will be fully implemented within 24 months.