Mr. Georgantonis started his speech describing the political dimensions of energy sector. Afterwards, Mr. Georgantonis referred to the deregulation of electricity sector from 1999 until today. The forecasts in the beginning of 2000 shown a potential increase in electricity demand for 3 to 5 % per year which meant that every year a new power plant of capacity approx. 400MW...

Mr. Dimitriou focused his speech to the role of Transportations related to the Global Energy consumption. The rising global need for transportation makes Clear Energy production even more attractive. He emphasized that Urban and Suburban Transportations are two sectors that seek for solutions reducing the carbon footprint and provide higher quality of citizens’ life. Increasing conventional fuel prices, rising GDPs...

Mr Spyrou after a short recent historical overview about Renewable Energy and the Market (KYOTO protocol, Green Bible) he focused on the Wind power generation projects. He presented some useful figures from the European Wind Energy Association about Wind-Power Installations for each of 27 European Countries during the 2010-2011 period. He pointed out that the total installed capacity at the...

Mr. Peter Michel Heilmann President of EuroCharity presented the Eurocharity company which was the communication sponsor of the event. Eurocharity in a nutshell: Creating income from innovative social business activities Communicating and networking in CSR, green economy, business excellence, responsible investing and sustainability Providing (pro bono or low-priced) communication and networking services to NGOs Committed to annual funding of NGOs...

Mr. Papadopoulos spoke for Capital Investments in Renewable Energy Resources sector in Greece. Firstly, he started referring to the growth of VC in Greece mentioning the following: 20 Venture capital management companies for PE, VC, incubators. 11 new funds created since 2004 after the launch of TANEO framework, with more than € 250m. total funds under management. € 5bn private...