Greece's First Wind Turbine Maker Opens for Business in Mandra, Attica

Greece's First Wind Turbine Maker Opens for Business in Mandra, Attica

With an eye on a future that includes energy communities, use of renewable energy sources and decentralised power production by individuals, the first Greek factory manufacturing wind turbines has gone into production in the west Attica town of Mandra.
The factory is part of the Eunice group, which was also behind the innovative TILOS project that "greened" the Aegean island of Tilos and changed it from an expensive gas guzzler to a fully independent power producer combining wind and solar power with batteries to meet all its electricity needs.
The power is produced by the Greek-made 50KW wind turbine EW-16 Thetis, which aims for maximum efficiency and life expectancy combined with a minimum maintenance and adaptability to local conditions. The factory has the capacity to produce 50 wind turbines a year, with the capacity to boost this by a further 30 pct.

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