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Greek Power Generation From Renewable Sources Rises 44%

April 09, 2012

Greece increased electricity generation from renewable sources by more than 44 percent last year, to 2,511.6 megawatts, the Energy Ministry said.

Wind power accounted for the largest part of this production, rising 26 percent to 1,635.87 megawatts; power from photovoltaic units more than tripled, to 625.57 megawatts, the ministry said today in an e-mailed statement.

Small hydro-production plants accounted for 205.63 megawatts, a rise of 5 percent, and biomass for 44.5 megawatts, an 8.5 percent increase, according to the statement.

To contact the reporter on this story: Paul Tugwell in Athens at ptugwell1@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Jerrold Colten at jcolten@bloomberg.net


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