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Installed wind capacity in Greece currently amounts to some 25 MW in 17 projects, all installed by the Public Power Corporation (PPC) or a local authority. From this year private operators are permitted to generate electricity for their own use or sell it directly to PPC, ending the utility's effective monopoly on power supply and generation. Regulation of wind energy operations is now the job of the energy ministry, with PPC's role restricted to that of technical advisor.

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