Greece Case Study

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D3.1 Matrix of Technological Innovation Systems Selected for 15 Cases Studies

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D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Introduction and Summary

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D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Country case study context overview

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D3.2 Context of 15 case studies: Greece - Solar Power, Buildings, and Micro-Generation & Storage

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D3.3 A final brief of 14 country case studies

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TRANSrisk Publication on Energy efficiency promotion in Greece in light of risk: Evaluating policies as portfolio assets

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TRANSrisk partner National Technical University of Athens, has contributed in an interesting paper entitled “Energy efficiency promotion in Greece in light of risk: Evaluating policies as portfolio assets”.

TRANSrisk Publication on Barriers to and consequences of a solar-based energy transition in Greece

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TRANSrisk partners NTUA, TEESlab-UPRC, and IBS have published an interesting paper entitled “Barriers to and consequences of a solar-based energy transition in Greece”.

TRANSrisk Publication on From near-term actions to long-term pathways – risks and uncertainties associated with the national energy efficiency framework

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TRANSrisk partner NTUA has developed an interesting paper entitled "From near-term actions to long-term pathways – risks and uncertainties associated with the national energy efficiency framework".

The paper is available online here.

TRANSrisk & SET-Nav Regional Workshop, 16 November 2018, Athens, Greece

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TRANSrisk Publication on achieving a low-carbon power system through empowering consumers to produce and store clean energy at the local level with findings from the case of Greece, Chania, Greece

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TRANSrisk partner NTUA participated in the 7th International Symposium & 29th National Conference on Operational Research held on 14 June 2018, in Chania, Greece.

TRANSrisk results on achieving a low-carbon power system through empowering consumers to produce and store clean energy at the local level with findings from the case of Greece were promoted through a presentation along with a relevant paper.

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