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RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
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CATEGORY: OTHER SECTORS
EDITION: 11
DATE: August, 2019
COUNTRY: Greece
 
   
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Summary

1. Introduction - General Characteristics of the Sector
1.1 Overview of the Economy
 -The Greek Economy
 -The Global Economy
1.2 Introduction
1.3 RES - Overtime Development
1.4 RES: Description / Technology
1.4.1 Solar Energy (Photovoltaic Systems)
1.4.2 Aeolian Energy (Wind Generators)
1.4.3 Bio-energy (Biomass)
1.4.4 Hydroelectric Energy (< 15ΜW)
1.4.5 Geothermic Energy
1.4.6 Energy from Sea Waves
1.4.7 Tidal Power
1.5 RES: Comparative Analysis
1.5.1 RES Cost of Installation & Capacity Factor
1.5.2 Intermittent Operation
1.5.2 Unit Cost of Electricity Generated from RES

2. Renewable Energy Sources (RES) - Structure, Legislative Framework, Major Bodies
2.1 RES Sector Structure - Business Models, Corporate Profiles
2.2 Legislative Framework of the RES Sector
2.2.1 Legislative Framework on an International / European Level
2.2.2 Legislative framework on a National level
2.3 Major Bodies of the RES Sector
2.3.1 Hellenic Regulative Authority for Energy (R.A.E.)
2.3.2 Network / System Administrator
2.3.3 Hellenic Center for Renewable Sources of Energy (K.A.P.E.)
Appendix to Chapter 2

3. The Demand for Electricity from RES
3.1 Shaping the Need for RES-Generated Electricity
3.2 Factors Shaping Demand
3.2.1 National Energy Policy - Priorities & Requirements
3.2.2 The Cost of Electricity from Conventional Energy Sources: Aids & Real Cost
3.2.3 RES Availability Management in the Energy Transmission System

4. The Supply of Electricity from RES
4.1 Factors Shaping Supply
4.1.1 Institutionalization of the Implementation Terms of the National Energy Policy
4.1.2 Connection of RES Production Units with the Transmission System
4.2 Advertising Expenditure of RES Companies
4.3 Presentation of Sector Companies
4.3.1 Presentation of Foreign Companies involved in the Development, Manufacturing and Marketing of RES Energy Output Systems
4.3.2 Presentation of Domestic Companies involved in the Development, Manufacturing and Marketing of RES Energy Output Systems
4.3.3 Presentation of Producers of Electrical Energy from RES
4.4 Sales of Sector Companies
4.5 Financial Analysis of Sector Companies
 -Profitability
 -Performance
 -Liquidity
 -Financial Structure
 -Activity
 -Consolidated Balance Sheets
Appendix to Chapter 4

5. Analysis of the RES Electricity Market
5.1 Description and Over Time Development of the RES Electricity Market-Installed Total Capacity
5.2 Market Size of Producers of Electrical Energy from RES - Analysis of Installed Capacity
5.3 Market Shares of Producers of Electrical Energy from RES
Appendix to Chapter 5

6. The European & International Market of RES-generated electricity
Appendix to Chapter 6

7. Conclusions and Prospects for the Sector
 -Overview
 -Analysis of the Competitive Landscape
 -Threat of New Entrants
 -Threat of Substitute Products-Services
 -Bargaining Power of Suppliers
 -Bargaining Power of Customers
 -Competitive Rivalry within the Industry
 -SWOT Analysis
 -Financial Results
 -Market Prospects
Appendix I: Balance Sheets of Sector Companies
Appendix II: List of Sector Studies carried out by the Department of Economic Research, ICAP Group

 -Benchmarking of Companies that Generate Electricity from Renewable Sources of Energy

TABLES

Table 1.1 Photovoltaic systems: factors which shape the cost of silicon
Table 1.2 Wind speed characteristics of wind generators
Table 1.3 Classification of wind generators based on their power
Table 2.1 Presentation of type A companies in the RES sector
Table 2.2 Presentation of type B companies in the RES sector
Table 2.3 Presentation of type C companies in the RES sector
Table 2.4 Presentation of type D companies in the RES sector
Table 2.5 Presentation of type E companies in the RES sector
Table 2.6 Presentation of type F companies in the RES sector
Table 2.7 Presentation of type G companies in the RES sector
Table 2.8 Presentation of type H companies in the RES sector
Table 2.9 New regulations under Law 3468/2006 regarding RES projects
App 2.1 Licensing procedure
App 2.2 Licensing procedure
Table 3.1 Estimated production of energy from RES (in TWh-2010)
Table 3.2 Various forms of governmental aids for the energy sector
Table 4.1 Sale prices of electricity from RES
Table 4.2 Presentation of international market players involved in the development, production and trade of RES energy output systems
Table 4.3 Presentation of Greek companies involved in the development - distribution and trade of RES energy output systems
Table 4.4 Presentation of companies/groups of companies generating electricity using RES
Table 4.5 Sales of sector companies (2005-2009)
Table 4.6 Short forms of company names for graph reading (4.4-4.8)
App 4.1 Breakdown of the advertising expenditure of RES companies per medium (2007-2009)
App 4.2 Advertising expenditure of RES companies (2008-2009)
App 4.3 Formulae of financial ratios
App 4.4 Profitability ratios of sector companies (2005-2009)
App 4.5 Performance ratios of sector companies (2005-2009)
App 4.6 Liquidity ratios of sector companies (2005-2009)
App 4.7 Financial structure ratios of sector companies (2005-2009)
App 4.8 Activity ratios of sector companies (2005-2009)
App 4.9 Consolidated balance sheet of sector companies (2008-2009)
App 4.10 Consolidated balance sheet of profitable sector companies (2008-2009)
App 4.11 Consolidated balance sheet of loss-making sector companies (2008-2009)
Table 5.1 Participation of various sources of energy in the production of electricity (2006-2010)
Table 5.2 Production power of electricity from RES in MW (2002-2010)
Table 5.3 Company shares based on installed capacity (2009)
Table 5.4 Company shares based on electricity sales (2009)
App 5.1 Wind farms owned by the Hellenic Public Power Corporation (DEI)
App 5.2 Photovoltaic farms owned by DEI
App 5.3 Micro-hydraulic units owned by DEI
App 5.4 RES units (in operation)-June 2009
Table 6.1 Levels of electricity production (2009) in OECD and OECD Europe countries- TWh
Table 6.2 Installed capacity (MW) of wind energy in the top 10 markets over time (2003-2009)
App 6.1 Installed capacity of wind systems per country worldwide (2007-2009)
App 6.2 Annual and new installed capacity of wind systems (1996-2014)
App 6.3 Installed capacity of photovoltaic systems (2006-2014)
App 6.4 Global production of biofuels (2009)

GRAPHS

Graph 1.1 Participation of primary and non-primary forms of energy in the production of electricity
Graph 1.2 Forms of exploiting solar energy in order to generate electricity
Graph 1.3 Generating electricity using the photovoltaic phenomenon
Graph 1.4 Connection of photovoltaic cells for the creation of a photovoltaic frame
Graph 1.5 Key principle of operation of a wind generator
Graph 1.6 Horizontal & vertical axis wind generators
Graph 1.7 Bioenergy from biomass: major uses & exploitation technologies
Graph 1.8 Installation model of micro-hydroelectric power production
Graph 1.9 Provisions for geothermal power stations for the production of electricity
Graph 1.10 Provision for geothermal heat pumps
Graph 1.11 Model of a land-based energy power station using sea waves
Graph 1.12 Tidal wave energy model
Graph 1.13 Cost of installation per electrical power unit (US$/kW) for renewable and conventional sources of energy
Graph 1.14 Average capacity factor for energy output facilities of renewable and conventional sources of energy
Graph 1.15 Comparison of the predictability level of RES availability and of the effectiveness level of managing energy needs
Graph 1.16 Balanced unit cost of electricity generated from renewable and conventional sources of energy
Graph 3.1 Average balanced cost of production with and without the costing of exogenous impacts of the various energy sources for Greece
Graph 4.1 Breakdown of the advertising expenditure of RES companies through time
Graph 4.2 Shares in the global commercial market of wind energy systems (2009)
Graph 4.3 Shares in the global commercial market of PV systems (2009)
Graph 4.4 Profitability ratios of sector companies, 2005-2009
Graph 4.5 Performance ratios of sector companies, 2005-2009
Graph 4.6 Liquidity ratios of sector companies, 2005-2009
Graph 4.7 Financial structure ratios of sector companies, 2005-2009
Graph 4.8 Activity ratios of sector companies, 2005-2009
Graph 5.1 Installed RES capacity, 2000-2010
Graph 5.2 Participation of the various forms in the total RES capacity (August 2010)
Graph 6.1 Global installed capacity of wind systems, 2000-2014
Graph 6.2 Distribution of the global market of PV systems (2009)

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