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Waiting for the gun in Greece

So good are the purchase prices and so generous the capital subsidies that Greece is overrun with project developers waving plans for hundreds of megawatt of new wind plant. But until upgrades to the national electricity network are built and permitting procedures improved there are major constraints on getting much needed new generation to the consumer. On the eve of this month's European Wind Energy Conference in Athens, however, the wind industry has every confidence that a new energy law will get the Greek wind market moving at last.

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