The energy sector is multifunctional. It contains many operations and its supply chain value (energy production, conversion, management and trade) is related to others value chains, such as the construction of infrastructure and energy equipment and other related services while at the same time it sustains in many other value chains (industry, agricultural production, transport, construction, environment).
On a Global aspect, it is the most "Globalized" sector of the Economy, with direct or indirect effects over all other sectors and industries. It constitutes a major factor of the enterprise policy- part energy-intensive sectors (transport, construction, manufacturing, logistic, sailing etc), achievement of specific growth rates, research and technology and the national and international monetary and economic policies.
Greece is located in an area that is ample in renewable sources (and resources) of energy (mainly solar, wind and biomass), in combination with the recent renewed indications for the existence of significant underwater natural deposits gas / hydrocarbons. The growth / development of the sector shall continue at least until 2027.
Collaboratively with the energy sector, technologies, products and services are developed that reduce environmental risk and minimize pollution and consumed resources.
The growing emphasis on raw materials and energy efficiency combined with stricter environmental legislation, are levers for the environmental industry to expand in the long run.
The main feature of the environmental industry is undoubtedly the wide range and variety of activities such as know-how and standard applications, day recycling, design and application of pollution control equipment & services, as well as design & development of innovative technologies and applications.
The strategic targets are:
- Applicable methods of introduction & operation of energy technologies encompassed in a specialized scale in the fields of manufacturing, tourism, catering services, storage services, transport and construction.
- The development of support processes for the development of synergies among universities, research institutions and companies active in energy technologies.
The business plan would include:
- Preparation and designation of a new integrated or specified business relevant to activities of the value chain of the sector.
- Research and development of information'' platforms'', initially in a test environment and then for marketing.
- Managing and coordinating administrative and supporting the overall project level.
- Setting up and/or modernization of infrastructure.
- Designation of marketing services.
- Developing the skills of sales staff and support.
- The development of entrepreneurial network & the distribution channel.
The business development for penetration in the energy industry, exploiting new advanced technology projects aims at a market that exhibits strength and resilience (structurally attractive) taking into consideration the market competition conditions