In the April edition, the Chart of the Month focuses on the LNG & pipe imports, storage and cross-border Transmission Capacity.
The Report consists of nine distinct chapters, covering most of the developments in the energy sector:
Chapter 1 covers the Country Profile of Greece by analyzing and providing the key statistics, accompanied by a careful examination of the pandemic effect on the Greek energy market.
Chapter 2 provides an illustrative summary of the National Plan for Energy and Climate by pointing out the country’s energy-related targets towards the Energy Transition.
Chapter 3 focuses on the Electricity sector, highlighting various issues related to generation, capacities, prices, imports, exports, and the emerging market of Eco-mobility.
A robust examination of the formation and role of the newly established Hellenic Energy Exchange under the official operation of the Target Model, is provided in Chapter 4.
Chapter 5 is dedicated to Natural Gas and explores all the developments that occurred in the market followed by the recent liberalization. The section highlights, all the characteristics affecting supply, demand, and import prices, while mid-term and long terms projects are depicted as well.
Chapter 6 focuses on the significant penetration of Renewable Energy Sources in Greece, by providing unique data, market analysis, and an update regarding the
recent regulatory framework.
Chapter 7 covers the Oil and Refining market, which continues to play a crucial role for the country, since it heavily contributes to the overall economic growth of Greece.
Energy Efficiency is extensively analyzed in Chapter 8, highlighting the progress of Greece towards achieving all its energy-related goals in various sectors, such as
transportation, industry, and households.
Finally, by linking global and European energy Investment trends with the current developments in Greece, Chapter 9 outlines the existing framework in terms of the ongoing and future energy investments, that are anticipated to substantially contribute to the effort of Greece to recover from the devastating crisis of Covid-19.
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In the February edition, the chart covers an analysis about the diversification of gas supply sources in Europe and Greece. The current crisis in Ukraine, the high dependence on Russian gas and high gas prices create an unprecedented turbulence in the gas sector.
The new edition of the “Quarterly Greek Energy Market Snapshot” refers to the 3rd and 4th trimester of 2021 and is now free exclusively to HAEE Members
The new issue focuses on Hydrogen as the fuel of the future and a secure, clean and affordable alternative to fossil fuels.
If you are not a HAEE Member yet, register now and get free access to the most integrated information of the Greek energy sector, with the latest developments recorded during the 3rd and 4th quarter of 2021.
The 3rd edition of the “Quarterly Greek Energy Market Snapshot” for the 2nd quarter of 2021 is now free exclusively to HAEE Members
The new issue is dedicated to Green Islands and their potential to become frontrunners of energy transition, playing a leading role in lowering emissions and reducing dependency in fossil fuels.
If you are not a HAEE Member yet, register now and get free access to the most integrated information of the Greek energy sector, with the latest developments recorded during the 2nd trimester of 2021.
The 2nd edition of the “Quarterly Greek Energy Market Snapshot” for the 1st quarter of 2021 is now free exclusively to HAEE Members
The latest issue is dedicated to Renewable Energy Sources and the role the Regulatory Authority of Energy plays for their faster implementation, according to the targets set in the National Energy and Climate Plan.
If you are not a HAEE Member yet, register now and get free access to the most integrated information of the Greek energy sector, with the latest developments recorded during the 1st trimester of 2021.
The new publication provides key figures and statistical data of the Greek energy sector. Within few pages readers can get a holistic overview of numbers and statistics related to the Electricity Market, Renewable Energy Sources, Natural Gas Market and Oil & Refining. The Snapshot will be available a few days after the end of each trimester.
Since the first volume of the Quarterly Snapshot coincides with the end of 2020, it does not only correspond to the 4th trimester of the outgoing year, but offers a glimpse to the whole year’s energy data, with a particular focus on the recent Target Model implementation in Greece and its impact on the country’s market.
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The report entitled "The Potential Contribution of Natural Gas to East Mediterranean Economy", powered by the International Gas Union (IGU), investigates the potential contribution of natural gas discoveries on the economies of Egypt, Israel, Cyprus, Greece, and Lebanon. Focusing on a country-level analysis, it highlights the regional perspectives of the natural gas market. Based on historical data and forecast scenarios, the study illustrates the impact of possible discoveries under the scope of security of supply and market development.
The Report is available exclusively to HAEE Members, one month prior to its official release.
For a second consecutive year, the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics proudly presents the "Greek Energy Market Report 2020". The report reviews and analyzes in detail the whole spectrum of the Greek Energy market based on the most recent data and valuable insights. The study provides illustrative statistics regarding the Country Profile, the ongoing Energy Transition, and the formation of the Hellenic Energy Exchange. Moreover, the "Greek Energy Market Report 2020" reviews all the developments and statistics derived from the
Electricity and Natural Gas markets, the increased penetration of Renewable Energy Sources, the importance of Oil & Refining for Greece, the recent developments in terms of Energy Efficiency and the projected Investments towards the Energy market.
You can download free of charge the Greek Energy Market Report 2020.
This is a sensitive period for the Greek energy sector, since on the one hand, national elections offer a chance for the realignment of policy regardless of the ruling party, while on the other hand, a series of crucial issues are ongoing with repercussions for the future of the market. Major changes are coming due to the liberalization of the Power and Gas market, ambitious privatization processes of state-controlled energy companies and the target model objectives set by the European institutions and significant investment potential is on the horizon.
HAEE stands ready to analyze and review the course of the energy transition in the Greek market through its newly released "Greek Energy Market Report 2019" by providing all the most recent data and valuable insights. In this regard, HAEE’s annual report manages to identify the relative strengths and weaknesses of the Greek energy market during a time of great change. The goal is to provide a full and clear picture of the Greek energy landscape to international and domestic companies, leading market players, regulators and policy makers. Progress is assessed through a series of variables including the country's goals for 2020 and 2030, demographics, statistics and regulatory frameworks.
Natural gas is the fastest growing form of primary energy worldwide, given its advantages compared to other forms of energy and its pivotal contribution to the direction of sustainable development. It is an essential element for the promotion of the European Energy Policy and at the same time, the bridge for the transition from conventional to renewable energy forms. Additionally natural gas is the most efficient and sustainable raw material for ammonia/ fertilizers production.
A considerable positive effect on GDP growth derives from the particular abolishment of the excise duty on natural gas when used as feedstock. The precise increase attributable to the growth in domestic demand is projected to eventually result in a GDP rise of € 754 million. An additional positive feature of the complete abolition in natural gas would be towards the impact on employment, which is estimated to increase by a total number of 12.500 jobs. In conclusion, nowadays that industrial production seems to progressively recover, the aim should be towards promoting and encouraging production, rather than burden it with taxes and levies that cannot be covered anymore.