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EU Member States should fully integrate the hybrid units into their regulatory framework, as WindEurope estimates in a recent report, while pointing out the requirements for their development as well as the specificities of their combination with energy storage.

At 4.9 GW, Europe's wind potential rose in the first half of 2019, according to figures released yesterday by WindEurope. Greece finished in seventh place with 201 MW, behind France, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Ukraine and Turkey.

Based on wind energy statistics in the first half of 2019 announced by ELETAN, 107 new wind turbines with a total attributable power of 198 MW were connected to the grid. This represents an increase of 7.1% compared to the end of 2018.

Global installed wind power is projected to increase by 71 gigawatts per year in the period 2019-2023 and by 76 gigawatts in the period 2024-2028, according to Wood Mackenzie estimates.

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