And yet, not a single black-out: wind and photovoltaic covered 41% of electricity consumption in Greece on the 30th day of March 28 to April 26.

ELETAEN highlights the benefits and advantages created by the development of the wind industry in Greece in a short video, thus wanting to demonstrate the reasons why wind energy can be a component in the country's development model, such as underlined.

The global market for materials and components for wind turbines is expected to record a combined annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.9% from $ 10.76 billion last year to $ 19.57 billion by 2026, according to Frost & Sullivan.

The wind energy in our country reached the level of Denmark yesterday, a day when the wind turbines covered 32.6% of the total energy demand.

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