EU includes Greek energy projects in list of ‘common interest’
The European Commission announced on Wednesday a list of key energy infrastructure projects (Projects of Common Interest, PCI) in Greece and around the EU whose completion is considered important for the development of the bloc’s energy market and the diversification of its energy sources and transport routes.
Among them are the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP); the Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB); the Poseidon pipeline (Interconnection Turkey Greece Italy “ITGI”); the East Med pipeline; an LNG station to be developed by Greece’s DEPA Company and GasTrade in Alexandroupolis city; a new compressor station for the nationwide transmission system of the DESFA Company; and the Tesla Pipeline.
The projects included in this list are granted licenses faster and may receive funding from the EU.
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