Greece set a new clean energy record on Sunday, May 9, with RES covering 63% of total demand (65.9 GWh/104.1GWh), IPTO announced.

Of the energy consumed that day, the wind “starred” with 43%, the sun contributed 17% and other RES (hydroelectric, biogas-biomass, CHP) the remaining 3%.

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The country’s new historic performance broke the previous record of September 14, 2020 by 12 points, sending an optimistic message about the success of the energy transition and the achievement of national and European Energy and Climate goals.

According to IPTO, its role in the transformation of the energy landscape becomes a catalyst, as through the critical projects it implements at sea and on land, it prepares the new generation of infrastructure that “shields” the country’s green prospects for the coming decades.