All the wind turbines of an installation whose function is to convert wind power to electricity.
The kinetic energy produced by the force of air in motion and converted via wind turbines to useful mechanical power and/or electricity.
Machines that convert wind energy to electricity.
The transmission lines, installations and meters used to transport electricity to or from the Greek territory.
The energy produced from solar radiation and used to heat buildings directly or indirectly (comprising also the use of active and/or passive systems), as well as to produce electricity (a) via Photovoltaic systems, and (b) via solar thermal systems.
Power plants producing electricity from fossil fuel (lignite, coal, oil, natural gas).
The electricity market that comprises low- and medium-voltage consumers.
Combined Cycle Plant (CCGT)
A thermal plant that produces electricity, consisting of a gas- and steam-turbine combination and comprising a heat recovery boiler, a three-phase synchronous generator and other auxiliary installations.
The power produced from renewable energy sources.
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant
Cogeneration of Heat and Power (CHP) is based on the simultaneous production of exploitable or utilisable electrical and thermal power from the same source of energy.
The energy produced by the force of falling water and exploited by hydropower plants (with small hydropower plants being those producing up to 15 MW of electrical power), in order to produce electricity and/or convert it to mechanical power.
All the photovoltaic systems of an installation whose function is to convert solar energy to electricity.
The Electrical Energy Trading System, which comprises the Day-Ahead Schedule (DAS), the Allocation procedure, the Settlement of Imbalances and the Capacity Assurance Mechanism, and whose participants are the producers, the suppliers and the selecting customers.