Greece eyes 2GW floating offshore wind through competitive auctions

Greece has set its first offshore wind target of 2GW by 2030 and announced future plans for identifying development sites and holding competitive tenders.

by Craig Richard
Due to Greece’s deep waters, floating platforms are likely to be used instead of foundations fixed to the seabed (pic credit: Sylvain Sonnet/Getty Images)
Due to Greece’s deep waters, floating platforms are likely to be used instead of foundations fixed to the seabed (pic credit: Sylvain Sonnet/Getty Images)

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