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2030 Solarise Heat in Greece


Prior to the Solar Heat Europe General Assembly and Elections, on 29 June from 10:00 to 17:00 Greek time, Solar Heat Europe and EBHE, the Greek solar thermal association, will be hosting 2030 Solarise Heat in Greece, a full-day event.

This event, taking place at the Dimitrios Pantermalis auditorium of the prestigious Acropolis Museum, will serve as a platform to highlight the benefits of solar thermal in both small-scale and large-scale markets to policymakers, clients, and the media. Relevant topics will be discussed, such as market trends in Europe and Greece, the implementation of EU policies at the national level, and future steps in the different market segments.

We kindly invite and welcome all stakeholders interested in the topics to join us and contribute to the discussions.

About Solar Heat Europe

Solar Heat Europe strives for the growth of solar heat solutions in Europe through different actions, such as advocating for better regulation or encouraging the EU policymakers to shape a fair context for heating and cooling solutions. With around 40 members in Europe, Solar Heat Europe represents directly or indirectly over 90% of the industry across the value chain. Solar Heat Europe’s mission is to achieve high priority and acceptance for solar heat as a key element for sustainable heating and cooling in Europe and, with immediate effect, to work for the implementation of all necessary steps to realize the high potential of solar heat.

About EBHE

The Hellenic Association of Solar Industries (EBHE) was founded in 1979. Today it is composed of 22 regular members (solar system manufacturing industries) with a dominant position in the know-how, production, and distribution of solar systems, as well as 30 collaborating members (among which the Solar Systems Laboratory of the National “Demokritos” Research Center and the Center for Renewable Energy Sources). Greece is one of the most successful countries in the world in the use of solar thermal energy. In recent years, the ratio of installed solar panels per inhabitant is one of the highest in Europe. The solar thermal market started 40 years ago. At that time, almost all Greek households used electric water heaters to heat hot water, therefore, the rise in the price of electricity contributed decisively to the development of the solar-thermal systems market. Many companies are now active in this sector and have captured a significant share of the domestic as well as global market. The purposes of EBHE include the study, promotion, and monitoring of technological and scientific development of solar energy issues, dissemination of solar applications, cooperation between members as well as their representation at an international and national level.

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