EUNICE

EUNICE Laboratories SA, being a subsidiary of Eunice Energy Group is an independent Greek electricity producer that focuses on renewable energy sources. Eunice Energy Group’s, founded in 2001, set of activities cover the whole spectrum of development, investment, construction and operation of renewable energy projects. Eunice currently owns and operates three wind parks with the total installed capacity of 60MW, being the 3rd biggest non-utility driven wind energy producer in Greece. Furthermore, it has a PV portfolio of 2 MW that has been in operation last two years. Eunice has a strong pipeline of wind projects under development, including two utility scale projects, 200MW and 580 MW, in Greece. Eunice is also active in pursuing new opportunities, emerging from the other areas of renewable energy, such as renewable energy integration and energy storage. Also, Eunice puts emphasis, through its subsidiary Eunice Laboratories, on renewable energy measurement and integration methodologies, renewable energy systems integration and advanced project management methods for renewable energy projects. Eunice’s mid-term priority is to become a leading non-utility renewable energy producer in Greece. Its operating focus is in “producing” quality over quantity. Eunice employs 15 renewable energy professionals in all key area of renewable energy development, financing, implementation and operations.

 

Contact Person
Name: Stefanos Garyfalakis
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Postal address: PC 10674 Athens, Greece
Telephone number: (+30)210 3242020
Fax number: (+30)210 3242023

 

Relevant projects

Eunice has an extended experience in the planning, development and operation of wind and photovoltaic parks in Greece. Some indicative examples are:

  • 2007: Arcadian Wind Park S.A. (11.5MW), Arcadia, Greece
  • 2009: Kedros Wind Park S.A. (13.8 MW), Viotia, Greece
  • 2013: ValkanikaPhotovoltaika S.A. (1.7 MW PV power), Laconia, Greece

Significant infrastructure and/or any major items of technical equipment

Eunice has an extended experience in the planning and development of wind and photovoltaic parks in Greece. Some indicative examples are:

  • 2007: Arcadian Wind Park S.A. (11.5MW), Arcadia, Greece
  • 2009: Kedros Wind Park S.A. (13.8 MW), Viotia, Greece
  • 2013: ValkanikaPhotovoltaika S.A. (1.7 MW), Laconia, Greece
  • 2009: Kedros Wind Park S.A. (13.8 MW), Viotia, Greece
  • 2013: ValkanikaPhotovoltaika S.A. (1.7 MW), Laconia, Greece

Publications

  • Garyfalakis, 2008, “ENERCON Wind Field Experience in Greek Market Since 1995”, Med Power 2008, 2-5 November, Thessaliki, Greece.