SEab Energy’s innovative products are ideal for remote locations where traditional fossil fuel power plants aren’t cost effective or useful.
There are over 1,400 islands in Greece, of which 227 are inhabited, making these island communities perfect for SEaB Energy’s WindBuster™ wind turbines to provide much of their electricity needs.
The island territories offer natural paths to the movement of large air masses, forming a remarkable wind potential. This is great for SEaB Energy’s multi-directional wind turbines that work no matter what direction the wind is blowing.
Thanks to Greece’s new Law 3851, it’s much easier for renewable energy suppliers to get their products implemented in Greece, due to the recognition of the importance of renewable energy to their long term power security.
The changes introduced by Law 3851 include cutting the length of time it takes to license new renewable energy products from the existing 3-5 years to just 8-10 months, making Greece one of the ideal locations to get a SEaB Energy Windbuster™ quickly.