The Renewable & Storage Forum in Athens has returned for a third edition October 13 and 14 as an event involving over 80 speakers for numerous presentations, introductions and discussions on developments concerning the RES and energy storage sectors.
Energypress.eu is offering live coverage of the entire conference with concurrent translation in English. The link for this broadcast:
Due to the pandemic, the forum is being staged in a hybrid format. Speakers as well as a small number of associates and company officials will be present, in person, while the event is being broadcast live via energypress without any registration requirements.
Agenda topics include the energy transition’s cost and the question as to who should assume responsibility for this cost; the target model and PPAs; RES market participation; the new shape of competitive procedures; the RES special account support system; price establishment; as well as network durability and needs.
Energy storage is another key topic as participants will discuss the domain’s progress at technical, institutional and regulatory levels. Participants will also discuss the emerging offshore wind farm sector.
The event will examine alternative forms of energy production and storage, such as hydrogen, as well as new financing conditions concerning the RES and energy storage sectors.
Reaction by communities in various part of Greece opposing the installation of RES units, the role of energy communities, and participation of consumers in the new energy make-up has also been included on the agenda.