PPC Renewables is a 100% subsidiary company of PPC and has been a pioneer, both nationally and at the European level, in Wind and Solar Energy since the 80s.

Today, operating 38 wind farms, 18 small hydroelectric plants, 35 photovoltaic plants and 1 hybrid power plant, reaches the total installed capacity of more than 700 MW, following an ambitious investment plan, PPC Renewables has a major position in Greek Renewable Energy Sector creating the foundations to lead the country’s energy transformation.

PPC Renewables utilizes the power of nature in cooperation with the largest energy groups and manufacturers and exploits business opportunities aiming to promote the green electricity generation and energy storage projects. PPCR innovates in all forms of RES, wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal and biomass - biogas implementing its structured strategic planning by reconstructing the existing small hydroelectric projects, expanding in new large photovoltaic and wind farm projects and promoting geothermal stations and biomass.

PPC Renewables has currently a portfolio over 600 MW, with projects near or under construction around 900 MW including the flagship photovoltaic project “PPC Ptolemaida”, located at the old mine field area, reaching the capacity of 550 MW, one of the largest photovoltaic projects in Europe. The company's strategic goal is to further expand the portfolio in new RES technologies, such as offshore wind and floating photovoltaics, the development of energy storage systems using batteries. Regarding the overall portfolio of PPC Renewables, technical and licensing maturity is guaranteed for projects over 4 GW. Based on the company's five-year business plan, PPC Renewables aims to create an expanded and diversified portfolio of RES and energy storage projects, either through growth or acquisitions and partnerships, which is expected to reach levels of over 5 GW within the next five years.


  Panagiotis Vairamakis  pvairamakis@ppcr.gr

  Panagiotis Bourbourakis  pbourbourakis@ppcr.gr

  Maria Argyraki  margyraki@ppcr.gr


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