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Greek-German Chamber of Commerce to Hold Conference on “Energy Solutions Made in Germany”

ATHENS — The digital conference entitled: "Energy Solutions Made in Germany", organised on Tuesday, June 29, by the Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry with the support of the Federal Ministry of Economy and Energy of Germany (BMWi) will focus on renewable energy technologies, interconnection to the grid as well as the new investment climate following the energy transition.

According to an announcement, the event will take place as part of a digital business mission, from June 28 to July 1, at the initiative of the Federal Ministry of Economy and Energy of Germany.

The e-conference is addressed to Greek companies and to public and private bodies, who are interested in exploiting the increased wind and solar potential of Greece as well as utilising organic waste as a source of green energy in the context of the energy transition.

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