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Report: Technical Assistance for A Illa de Arousa

This Technical Assistance aims to support the electrification of A Illa de Arousa's port and mussel farming activities. The wind potential and solar potential of the island were analyzed, indicating that a small-scale wind turbine and ground-mounted solar PV system could generate significant electricity. The future energy consumption of the port was estimated, and different charging profiles for the electrified vessels were created.

Summary: Technical Assistance for Linos

The Renewable Energy Community On Linosa (RECOnLi) project on Linosa, Italy, foresees the installation of a photovoltaic (PV) power plant on public land with a capacity of 405 kW, 40 kW installed on the public school rooftop and ten PV systems for private households with a total capacity of 120 kW, as well as a lithium-ion storage system with a capacity of 1.2 MWh and 0.35 MW to ensure a reliable supply of electricity from the PV systems to be installed by 2026.

Report: Technical Assistance for Pantelleria

Pantelleria is an Italian island and commune in the Strait of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea, 100 kilometres southwest of Sicily and 60 km east of the Tunisian coast. Administratively, Pantelleria commune belongs to the Sicilian province of Trapani. The objective of this study is to evaluate the best solution for a 7MW solar plant at Pantelleria airport, achieving the highest IRR. The study focuses on providing sufficient information on the solution and thus identifies the highest financial savings over a 20-year period, taking into account the specific costs.

Report: Technical Assistance for Syros

Syros municipality has been proactive in preparation of mandatory Electric Vehicle Charging Plan in coordination with distribution system operator, HEDNO. The plan has been adopted and it foresees thirty four charging locations on the island. Based on the previously analysed implementation approaches, the municipality has been considering partner collaboration through joint-venture or concession approach.

Report: Technical Assistance for Samos

Samos is a Greek island located in the eastern Aegean Sea, south of Chios, north of Patmos, and the Dodecanese, and off the coast of western Turkey, from which it is separated by the 1.6- kilometre-wide Mycale Strait.

In 2020, Samos developed its Clean Energy Transition Agenda (CETA), following the guidelines of the Clean energy for EU islands secretariat. The CETA is a strategic roadmap that sets out the paths that the energy transition in Samos will follow, to be jointly implemented by the local community and the stakeholders.

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