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Kozani 230MW PV

Energy

The Project consists of the development, construction and operation of three solar PV plants with a total installed capacity of ca. 230MWp, in Kozani district unit, Western Macedonia prefecture, Greece. The project scope also includes the ancillary infrastructure for the grid connection and the access roads. The total capacity of the project is divided in two 15MWp plants (‘IPDM1’ and ‘IPDM2’) and one 200MWp-plant (‘IV1’), each of the three owned by a different SPV. The grid connection of the three PV plants will be accommodated via two new Medium-to-High Voltage substations that will be constructed close to IPDM1 and IPDM2. These substations will be connected to the existing 150kV network located within a very short distance. The Project is located in Western Macedonia Prefecture, a cohesion region and a designated Just Transition region in Greece. No funding from the Just Transition Fund is envisaged by the Promoter. The National Just Transition Plan of Greece includes the development of ca. 2.3GW of PV in the Western Macedonia region and makes specific reference to the Project as being under construction.

InvestEU operation amount EUR 40 million
Sector SECTION D: Electricity, Gas, Steam and Air Conditioning supply
Subsector Solar PV
Policy window Sustainable Infrastructure
Approval by the Investment Committee 01 April 2022

Links and documents

31. JANUAR 2023
Conclusions - Kozani 230MW PV
31. JANUAR 2023
Scoreboard - Kozani 230MW PV

Kozani 230MW PV

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Policy window
  • Sustainable Infrastructure (SIW)
Eligible areas
  • Energy
Implementing partner
  • EIB