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JUWI celebrates 15 years in Greece

Project Developer for Renewable Energies looks back of more than 100 successfully realized photovoltaic projects in Greece. Growth of the company leads to new, bigger offices in Athens.
April 05, 2024 | International | Company | Solar

Athens, April 5, 2024

Together with numerous business partners, the JUWI Group celebrated the inauguration of its new office location in Athens yesterday. At the same time, the team around managing director Takis Sarris can look back on 15 successful years in the Greek solar market.


In 2008, the JUWI Group entered the Greek solar market with five experts in renewable energies, and it founded its own national company and moved into its first offices at Elliniko, near Athens. Today, JUWI employs around 60 experts in the Greek capital for the planning, development and construction of ground-mounted PV projects.


In the past 15 years, JUWI has implemented over 100 PV systems with a total output of around 320 megawatts. These include the internationally known Kozani solar park in northeastern Greece, which, with a capacity of 204 MW, is one of the largest PV projects in South-Eastern Europe. For comparison: JUWI started its business in Greece with a 0,1 MW system 2008 in Astakos, Western Greece.


Managing director Takis Sarris looks at the development with some pride: “I would like to thank our employees for their loyalty and hard work. Their outstanding performance is the key to our success. I would also like to sincerely thank our customers for trusting their assets to us for more than 15 years. Our partnership is crucial to JUWI’s success, and we are truly grateful for it. Finally, I would like to express my deep appreciation for our longtime partners, suppliers and subcontractors, who have significantly supported us for the implementation of our projects. We have had 15 wonderful years in Greece!"


Sarris is also looking ahead with optimism to the development of the Greek market for renewable energies: “JUWI will build over 450 MW of photovoltaic capacity by the end of 2027, and a further 400 MW is planned by 2030. The number of employees in Greece is expected to increase to around 120 in the next few years.”