Beyond COVID-19: Crisis response or road to recovery?
Crisis response or road to recovery?
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Increasingly, Greece’s transition to a low carbon economy and towards a new energy model is assuming a higher priority; the country’s ambitious climate action and energy plans include reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, increasing the renewable energy share (of the nation’s gross total energy consumption) and improving energy efficiency generally. Electricity storage plays an important role in the transition to a low carbon economy and drives energy efficiency while at the same time allowing the integration of more renewable energy sources into the electricity system.
Supply chains operate in an environment shaped by trade issues (such as sanctions, export controls, and tariffs), where national security is an increasingly important consideration. International sanctions regimes are complex and often respond to volatile political landscapes. Businesses will need to navigate the often complex issues involved against a background of changing governmental trade and industrial policy.
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