The Greek government has proposed a new revised National Plan for Energy and Climate, seeking to spur the development of offshore wind
The Greek government is aiming to accelerate the development of offshore wind with a new revised National Plan for Energy and Climate (ESEK), outlining new ambitious goals. The country is proposing in the draft to target 2.7 GW of offshore wind capacity in 2030 and 17.3 GW in 2050. Reaching the 2030 target would be a big step up for Greece, which currently has no commercial offshore wind parks and waters mostly requiring floating installations. The first allocation round for development rights is currently proposed to open Q4/2026 – Q1/2027 and awarded Q4/2027 at the earliest.
Previous PostConstruction milestone at Hollandse Kust Noord V
Next PostRise in vessel cost an impairment on offshore wind development?