Hydro

Hydropower is the most efficient and reliable form of energy that offers significant benefits to the environment. Being a clean energy source, it contributes to the efficiency of natural resources and the reduction in the emission of gaseous pollutants that enhance the greenhouse effect. From a techno-economic viewpoint, hydropower plants have a higher efficiency, a […]

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Photovoltaics

Solar radiation is an unlimited, free, inexhaustible source of energy. It is converted into electricity via photovoltaic systems, one of the most well-known RES applications. Given its abundant sunlight, Greece is one of the most ideal European countries for their installation. Photovoltaic technology is particularly environmentally friendly, flexible, does not cause pollution during power production, […]

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Biomass

Biomass is a mild renewable energy source that is stored in the organic or biological material of plant or animal organisms. The production of power using biomass is a significant achievement for energy independence given that according to the Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES), it is estimated that the worldwide production of […]

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Waste Management

The increasing trend of waste is a global threat for the already burdened environment and public health. Proper management is of utmost importance to essentially encounter pollution problems. The majority of countries in and out of the European Union are developing more and more programs that fall in line with the environmental policy for comprehensive and […]

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