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The GREGY interconnector and its strategic importance were presented at the Europe-Egypt Energy Interconnection event

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Diana Zaikova

The Greek "Copelouzos Group" participated in the event "Energy Interconnection Europe-Egypt", organized by the Permanent Representation Office of the European Union in Cairo and the Swedish Embassy under the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU. John Karidas, CEO of Copelouzos Group's RES business unit, presented the key benefits and opportunities that the commissioning of the Egypt-Greece GREGY electricity connection will open up for Egypt and Greece, as well as for Europe as a whole.

Azerbaijan can become regional leader in terms of supplying low-carbon hydrogen

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Laman Zeynalova

Owning a combination of factors necessary for the development of the green hydrogen industry, Azerbaijan is set to become a regional leader and a reliable supplier to the EU, Vladimir Rogov, Managing Director and Partner of the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), told Trend.

New EU-Azerbaijan agreement to reinforce co-op in renewable energy – EU Commission

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LAMAN ZEYNALOVA

The new comprehensive agreement between the European Union and Azerbaijan will lay the ground for reinforced energy cooperation, notably on renewable energy, Miriam Garcia, European Commission spokesperson, told Trend.

"This agreement will play a key role in supporting the efforts of the Azerbaijani Government to diversify the economy," she said.

Azerbaijan continues implementing project of green energy export to EU

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САДРАДДИН АГДЖАЕВ

Implementation of the project covering transfer of green energy from Azerbaijan to Romania and Hungary through Georgia and the Black Sea continues, Azerbaijan’s Energy Minister Parviz Shahbazov said, Trend reports via the ministry.

Shahbazov made the remark within the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue conference during a roundtable dedicated to perspectives for a future energy partnership.

Azerbaijan’s offshore wind resources in Caspian enough to export green energy – The Telegraph

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MARYANA AKHMEDOVA

Azerbaijan's offshore wind resources in the Caspian are large enough to export green electricity, as well as clean hydrogen, and article in The Telegraph said, Trend reports.

As the author of the article said, Azerbaijan is a relatively small country, however, vast offshore wind capacities in the country's Caspian Sea sector open major opportunities.

The President of Egypt El-Sisi and “Copelouzos Group” discussed the implementation of the Egyptian-Greek electricity connection GREGY

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DIANA ZAYKOVA

The President of Egypt, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, met with the CEO and founder of the Greek Copelouzos Group, Dimitris Copelouzos, to discuss the implementation of the Egypt-Greece electricity connection, which will improve energy connectivity and diversification in the region.

UK ready to share expertise in offshore wind energy with Azerbaijan – trade commissioner

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MARYANA AKHMEDOVA

The UK is ready to share its experience in offshore wind energy deployment with Azerbaijan, Kenan Poleo, HM Trade Commissioner for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, told Trend.

“As a country with one of the largest installed capacities of offshore wind in the world and the largest pipeline of projects in Europe, we stand ready to share the UK experience of developing the industry with Azerbaijan”, he said.

The Egypt-Greece electricity interconnection project of ELICA SA - a Copelouzos Group company, was presented at the UN World Conference on Climate Change COP27

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DIANA ZAYKOVA

The landmark Egypt-Greece Electricity Interconnection Project (GREGY), which is being developed by the Copelouzos Group company ELICA SA, was unveiled during the UN World Climate Change Conference COP 27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.

Гърция се домогва до статут на зелен енергиен коридор

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CHRYSSA LIAGGOU

Greece aims to become a hub for the transfer of electricity produced by renewables in Africa and the Middle East to Central and Western Europe, amid a drive by governments to cut dependence on Russian fossil fuels. The idea is that green energy corridors will replace the pipelines that cross the continent from east to west and from north to south. The new sources of green energy for Europe lie in the south and across the Mediterranean Sea, in North Africa and the Middle East, and the route to Europe runs through Greece.

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