HELLENIC WIND ENERGY ASSOCIATION

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ABOUT THE COMPANY

The Hellenic Wind Energy Association (known as HWEA in English or ELETAEN in Greek) was founded in 1990, maintaining and serving a twofold scope:

• It seeks to promote the scientific research, technology, and applications of wind energy, and at the same time
• Endeavours to effectively express the well-meant interests of the industry and the market by acting as a think-tank and dialogue forum with scientific documentation and competence.
Members of HWEA include:
• Companies and organisations active in the entire supply chain of wind energy, such as manufacturers, equipment traders, services providers, investors, developers, research centres and institutes etc., and
• Individuals, professionals, business executives, scientists, researchers, academics, etc. associated with the wind energy sector.

KEY EXECUTIVES

Panagiotis Papastamatiou
Chief Executive Director of Hellenic Wind Energy Association

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While a minimum of €3.5 billion worth of investments are required to meet Greece’s ambitious 2030 wind energy target, “they are realistic and can be achieved,” says Panagiotis Papastamatiou CEO of the Hellenic Wind Energy Association, yet harnessing the sector’s true potential, he adds, including the development of offshore wind power will require decisive actions on behalf of the government and definitive decisions.

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