Solar energy is playing an increasingly important part in the energy mix of Greece.
Though The Greek energy sector is still largely dependent on fossil fuels, 7% of electricity demand in Greece is covered by PV, bringing Greece to the third place worldwide with regard to PV contribution to electricity needs and ranking 5th worldwide with regard to installed PV capacity per capita.Greece has installed 2.6 GWp of PV with feed‐in‐tariffs, investing 5 billion € amidst an unprecedented economic crisis.in A long‐term energy planning is currently underway in Greece. Preliminary target for cumulative PV
capacity till 2030: 6.9 GWp This translates to an average annual market of 350‐400 MWp (2019‐2030).
Around 61% of Greece’s energy needs are covered through imports, considering this IFRI-SOL Company is willing to grant its best offer and rise to this new challenge in Europe. Over the past years we have worked with companies in more than 45 countries worldwide, it was always convinient for the reason that we arelocated in the heart of the Mediterranean, With an annual capacity of 500 MW, to be exceeded to 750MW by 2020/2021, we have been going through studies of the needs of this market in order to grant our clients in there the most suitable offers while taking into consideration the price, the transportation with a Very Short transit time to all countries and a Bilateral conventions between the EU and Tunisia along with an Outstanding Quality with the lowest price per watt peak.as always promised.
IFRI-SOL is willing for a contribution, which does not depend on power from fossil fuels. Our aim is to accelerate the adoption of solar technology across the globe in order to evolve with this field and conserve our environment