The most recent improvements in the area of energy strategy, the environment emergency and speculation possibilities in Greece were the focal point of a web based gathering of the US-Greece Strategic Dialog ‘Energy’ bunch.
The US designation was driven by the US Ambassador in Athens Geoffrey Pyatt and the US State Department’s Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Energy Resources Ambassador Virginia E. Palmer. The Greek side was addressed by General Secretary for Energy and Mineral Raw Materials Alexandra Sdoukou, of the climate and energy service, just as the General Secretary for International Economic Relations and Openness Yiannis Smyrlis from the unfamiliar service, which is organizing the more extensive key discourse with the United States.
The conversation zeroed in on the Greek government’s energy drives, issues identifying with the environment emergency reaction and advancing efficient power energy, where the different sides recognized that their strategies united.
The US side illustrated the new course of strategy on energy and environment under the Biden-Harris organization, including the arrival of the US to the Paris Agreement and activity on a worldwide level.
Sdoukou introduced Greek strategies for the energy progress and the actions previously taken and arranged by the Greek government to help interests in energy, with accentuation on new advancements, for example, wind ranches, energy stockpiling and hydrogen.
She likewise alluded to Greece’s aim to refresh the National Plan for Energy and Climate to consent to the new and more yearning European focuses around here.
The gathering addressed Greece’s part as a local center point for the broadening of fuel sources and supply courses, through undertakings like the TAP pipeline, the flammable gas interconnection pipelines with Bulgaria and North Macedonia, the FSRU Alexandropoulis, the underground gas storeroom in Kavala and the Eastmed pipeline. Among others, it featured significant strides to grow interconnections with adjoining nations, particularly Bulgaria and Italy, just as the EuroAsia Interconnector power link connecting Crete, Cyprus and Israel.
The US side noticed the significance of the above drives and recognized that Greece is continuing based on an essential intend to upgrade its territorial job, while communicating specific interest in privatizations in energy and of the Alexandropoulis port. They stressed the significant job that the U.S. Worldwide Development Finance Corporation (DFC) can play in Greece and the encompassing locale as for efficient power energy projects.