Corporate members
Independent Power Transmission Operator

ADMIE (IPTO) Holding holds a 51% stake in the Independent Power Transmission Operator S.A. (IPTO or ADMIE), which is the sole asset in the portfolio of ADMIE Holding.

Its Articles of Association stipulated the acquisition of a 51% stake in the share capital of the IPTO by means of transfer by Public Power Corporation (PPC) and the undertaking of the corporate acts, transactions and procedures, which are set out in L. 4389/2016 (Greek Government Gazette A’ 94/27.05.2016), as amended by L. 4393/2016 (Greek Government Gazette A’ 106/06.06.2016).


Akuo Energy is the leading independent French producer of renewable energy. The group develops its own assets, which it operates as per the beginning of their commercial operation. As an integrated player, Akuo is currently present on the entire value chain, i.e. development, financing, supervision of construction and commercial operation of its projects. Akuo Energy is growing according to a triple strategy of diversification. On the one hand, it carries out geographic diversification at a global scale, and currently has subsidiaries in seventeen countries (i.e. France, USA, Uruguay, Croatia, Poland, Dubai, Indonesia, Australia, Mongolia, Morocco, Dominican Republic, Mali, Argentina, Portugal, Greece and Luxemburg). On the other hand, it pursues technological diversification, via the development of electricity generation projects that use the entire spectrum of renewable energy resources currently in existence, whether it be wind, solar, biomass, or water (rivers, oceans and seas). Finally, Akuo develops its own products, such as floating solar units and GEMs (combination of mobile, plug-play and scalable solar and storage containers providing cost effective, reliable and green off-grid solution for medium size loads such as resorts or villages).



Athens Exchange Group

Athens Exchange Group (ATHEX Group) provides support to the Greek Capital Market. Operates the organized equities and derivatives markets, the alternative market and performs clearing and settlement of trades. Offers financing tools and solutions to companies, expands investor choice by providing a safe, stable and easy environment in full alignment with international practices and the European regulatory framework.

Attiki Natural Gas Distribution Company SA

Attiki Natural Gas Distribution Company (EDA Attikis) S.A. is the natural gas operator in Attica since January 2 2017 following the legal and functional unbundling of the supply and distribution activities, as operated by EPA Attiki until December 2016. EDA Attikis’ main activities cover the operation, maintenance and expansion of the distribution network in Attica, as well as connecting Attica residents to the network in a safe and efficient way. Leveraging past experience and designing for the future, EDA Attikis’ mission is to connect every household and business based in the greater Athens area to a safe, reliable and contemporary energy distribution network.

Boston Consulting Group Hellas

The Boston Consulting Group has offices in more than 90 cities in 50 countries and has more than 16,000 employees, 900 partners, and 20,000 alumni. Now in its sixth decade, the Group continues not only to grow but also to embody the same timeless sense of purpose and the constant call for renewal that its founder, Bruce Henderson, instilled at the Group's inception.

"We go deep to unlock insight and have the courage to act. We bring the right people together to challenge established thinking and drive transformation. We work with our clients to build the capabilities that enable organizations to achieve sustainable advantage. We are shaping the future. Together."


HEDNO S.A. (Hellenic Electricity Distribution Network Operator S.A.) was formed by the separation of the Distribution Department from PPC S.A., according to L.4001/2011 and in compliance with 2009/72/EC EU Directive relative to the electricity market organization with the goal to undertake the tasks of the Hellenic Electricity Distribution Network Operator. It is a 100% subsidiary of PPC S.A., however, it is independent in operation and management retaining all the independence requirements that are incorporated within the above mentioned legislative framework. 


DEPA is the company that introduced natural gas to Greece implementing a big energy investment. DEPA with its long presence in the Greek market is a modern and competitive group of companies with a dynamic presence in the energy sector and substantial contribution to the development of the Greek economy, the protection of the environment and the improvement of the quality of life of the local communities. 

With the continuous expansions of the natural gas pipelines, DEPA Group is bringing natural gas to more and more regions of the country. Having entered into long-term pipeline natural gas and LNG supply contracts, it supports the supply sufficiency and security of the country and at the same time it develops significant initiatives so that Greece can play an essential role as a hub of natural gas transit to Europe from countries with rich natural gas deposits. 


The National Natural Gas System Operator (DESFA) S.A. is responsible for the operation, management, exploitation and development of the National Natural Gas System and its interconnections, in a technically sound and economically efficient way, in order to best serve its Users with safety, reliability and adequacy.

Contributing decisively to the security of supply and the diversification of supply sources of the wider region, DESFA also facilitates the development of competition in the Greek energy market, while systematically striving for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

Possessing extensive experience and having a highly skilled staff, DESFA is a reliable partner in the framework of the ongoing international energy projects in Southeastern Europe.


EDA THESSALONIKIS-THESSALIAS SA was established in 2017 having the role of the Natural Gas Distribution Network Operator within the geographical areas of the prefecture of Thessaloniki and the region of Thessaly.

In particular, the activities of the company include the construction, maintenance, management and operation of the Natural Gas Distribution Network in general in the above geographical areas, as specified in the Distribution License and the Gas Distribution Network Management License.


EDF EN HELLAS A.E., subsidiary of EDF Renewables, was founded in 2005 and is currently one of the dominant companies in Greek RES market. Through its subsidiaries, it develops and operates wind, photovoltaic and hybrid power stations.

For 2018, the total capacity of the operating projects that the company manages rises to 276.5 MW.

EDF EN HELLAS SA has a significant portfolio of Wind,PV & Hybrid projects in mature development status. In addition the company has applied for new production licenses , the assessment of which is expected.

EDF EN HELLAS A.E. in line with the objectives and principles of the parent company EDF Renewables, pursue to invest in the RES market in the context of sustainable development, respecting the environment and its legislation, strengthening local economies and societies by using clean energy sources.


EDIL Hellas Group of Companies

A group of companies EDIL HELLAS SA was founded in 1985 and is based in Thessaloniki.

Activated on the fields of engineering and services and holds an important position on the Greek market.

The client’s list of EDIL HELLAS includes large private companies, companies of the technology sector and public organizations as local authorities etc.

Our vision is to provide products and services with high added value, flexible, with high security and respect for the environment.

Our goal is to meet the needs of our customers and to the continuously changing needs of the market.

Evaluating the current economic environment, our efforts are focused on strengthening and developing company’s basic activities, emphasizing on providing our services with an efficient and economical way.

Energy Exchange Group

The Hellenic Energy Exchange S.A. (HEnEx S.A.) manages the Energy Markets of physical delivery and the Energy Financial Markets in accordance with the provisions of Law 4512/2018 and its delegated acts.

Hellenic Energy Exchange S.A. (HEnEx) is part of the Energy Exchange Group (EnEx group) and was founded on 18 June 2018 as a spin-off from the electricity market branch of LAGIE S.A.. Building upon experience gained over more than a decade, HEnEx has been designated by the Greek Regulatory Authority for Energy as the Nominated Electricity Market Operator (NEMO) and is operating the Greek day-ahead market, while working on the creation of an intraday electricity market and an energy derivatives market. HEnEx is also responsible for organising and operating Greek gas and environmental markets. Its subsidiary, EnEx Clearing House S.A. (EnExClear), is providing clearing and settlement services.

HEnEx is committed to providing high quality, transparent, and non-discriminatory services to all market participants, working towards the EU’s target model and coupling its market with neighbouring countries. To that end, HEnEx has become a full member of the Price Coupling of Regions initiative.»


GASTRADE S.A. is a Greek utility company which develops, exploits, operates and manages natural gas systems in a safe, reliable and financially sound manner.  It is the first enterprise operating in Greece that has received a license for an Independent Natural Gas System from the Ministry of Environment and Energy.

GASTRADE is developing in the sea area of Alexandroupolis an offshore floating unit for the reception, storage and re-gasification of LNG which will secure new natural gas quantities for the supply of the Greek and the regional SE European markets, offering new sources and routes of natural gas supply, promoting competition to the benefit of the end consumers, enhancing the security of supply in Greece and the Balkan markets, improving the reliability and flexibility of the Greek National Natural Gas Transmission System and of the regional and trans-European gas networks and contributing to the achievement of the environmental targets of Greece. 

Commercial operations of Alexandroupolis INGS are expected to commence in 2021.

For more information visit the official website of the company:



Hellenic Petroleum S.A.

Founded in 1998, HELLENIC PETROLEUM is one of the leading energy groups in South East Europe, with activities spanning across the energy value chain and presence in 6 countries. Its shares are primarily listed on the Athens Exchange (ATHEX: ELPE) with a secondary listing on the London Stock exchange (LSE: HLPD/98LQ).

HELLENIC PETROLEUM’s key shareholders are Paneuropean Oil and Industrial Holdings S.A. (45.5%) and the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (35.5%), with the remaining held by institutional (11%) and private (8%) investors.

Hellenic Hydrocarbons Resources Management

Hellenic Hydrocarbon Resources Management S.A. (HHRM S.A.) was established in 2011 and is headquartered in Athens. It is a state-owned company with the Hellenic State being the sole stakeholder (100%), however it operates independently as a private-sector economic entity.

HHRM S.A. is a rapidly growing company providing an innovative and effective management in a wide spectrum of activities: Exploration & Production concessions, overview of the signed lease agreements, offshore safety, and active promotion of Greece as an attractive oil and gas destination to international investors.

HHRM S.A. offers the possibility to interested investors to visit its proprietary data rooms and offers them the opportunity to examine high quality seismic imaging and legacy data, as well as to provide information about the licensing, legal and fiscal regime for oil and gas operations in Greece.


The company was founded in 2000 in the context of the liberalization of the electricity market in Greece under the name Hellenic Transmission System Operator S.A. (HTSO), with the aim to undertake the operation, maintenance and development of the electricity transmission system and subsequently the operation of the wholesale energy market.


PARALOS was established in 2004 and has been very successful in providing engineering solutions and turn-key project undertakings to the Energy and Heavy Industry Sectors in the Greek and Balkan markets. PARALOS customers include nearly all major Greek and International companies and industries operating in this region such as the Greek Public Power Company, the Greek Electrical Grid Operator, private Energy Producers, major cement industries, refineries, shipyards and others.

In 2015, due to the impressive growth of the Energy Sector of PARALOS SA, the Group decided the complete verticalization of the Energy Activities through a new establishment, called PARALOS Energy. Since then, PARALOS Energy is dedicated to provide design, construction, installation, commissioning and maintenance services in the Energy field. Namely, the company’s main activities are: Design & Construction of Wind Farms (BoP works) : Turn-key construction of Wind Farms including access roads, cable trenches, MV internal networks, interconnection lines, WTG foundations, Control Buildings etc. Design & Construction of large scale Photovoltaic Parks : Turn-key construction of Solar Parks including civil works, mounting frames, PV panels, inverters, LV&MV cabling, interconnection lines, Substations. Design & construction of High Voltage Substations and Transmission Lines : Complete EPC High Voltage Substations and Transmission Lines. 

sardelas petsa law firm

sardelas petsa law firm has firmly established a leading position in the provision of legal services as a business law firm with a strong international dimension, well known in Greece and abroad for top drawer specialized professional service in complex cross-border and domestic transactions.

The Firm’s highly experienced Energy and Infrastructure Team maintains a strong practice in the fields of conventional or renewable energy and infrastructure, providing clients with immediate, high-quality legal expertise, whether their needs are local or multijurisdictional.

The Firm regularly advises Greek and international energy market players for the development and construction of energy projects, as well as for the licensing process, while it provides clients with comprehensive support for all project finance, M&A and privatization aspects related to energy projects using multidisciplinary teams with its expert lawyers also drawn from the Firm’s M&A and Banking & Finance teams

National Bank of Greece

National Bank operates for 178 years, leading one of the largest financial groups in Greece, with presence in8 countries.

The Bank’s wide customer base, high deposit market share, sufficient liquidity for the support of the Greek companies, high capital adequacy position, good reputation and long-term customer relationships constitute its strategic competitive advantages.

NBG has long been the leading Greek bank in financing the energy sector and has established a strong footprint across all segments of the industry.

Being committed to the backing of all major projects, NBG provides tangible support to the country’s aspiration to evolve into a key energy hub for Europe, with obvious benefits for the domestic economy.


Founded in 2016, Nostira’ s strategy focuses on sustainable development, maximizing the use of natural resources, in a way that will not cause their elimination and enable its team to enjoy the benefits from their long-term use. Nostira's Strategy for Sustainable development reflects on the development of the productive structures of the economy alongside with the creation of infrastructure for a sensitive attitude towards natural environment and ecological problems. For the benefit of its customers, employees, business partners, shareholders, and society in general, Nostira takes advantage of the significant opportunities created by the emergence of the new energy world and invests in creating a sustainable energy future by increasing the use of Renewable Energy Sources.

Fysiko Aerio – Hellenic Energy Company (EPA Attikis)

Fysiko Aerio – Hellenic Energy Company is the most historic energy provider of Greece.

Providing integrated and effective solutions and carrying a unique expertise in the energy field, the company offers competitive packages for both natural gas and electricity, which generate added value for its customers.

The services provided by Fysiko Aerio fully cover the needs of households and enterprises at any area in Greece with a natural gas network, while its products in the field of electricity address the entire country.

Putting customer service at the heart of its operation, Fysiko Aerio has set in place new infrastructure systems, has expanded its online services and has established more personalized services in order to be able to respond targeted and effectively to today’s needs.

Public Power Corporation S.A.

Public Power Corporation S.A. (PPC) is the biggest power producer and electricity supply company in Greece with approximately 7.4 million customers across the country. PPC currently holds assets in lignite mines, power generation, transmission and distribution. PPC’s current power portfolio consists of conventional thermal and hydroelectric power plants, as well as RES units, accounting for approximately 68% of the total installed capacity in the country. 

PPC Group is the leading Greek electric utility, with activities ranging across mining, electricity generation, distribution network operation and supply of electricity to end consumers.

It is the largest power generator with a total installed capacity of 12.1 GW including thermal, hydro and RES power plants in the mainland & in the islands. It is also the owner of the electricity distribution network which is being operated by its subsidiary HEDNO S.A.

PPC was founded in 1950 and is listed to the Athens Stock Exchange since 2001.

PwC Greece

With offices in 158 countries and more than 236,000 people, PwC is among the leading professional services networks in the world.

PwC helps organisations and individuals create the value they’re looking for, by delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services.

In Greece PwC has offices in Athens and Thessaloniki and more than 1,000 employees.

Trans Adriatic Pipeline

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) AG is a company established to plan, develop and build the TAP natural gas pipeline. TAP is responsible for the development and operation of the gas transportation infrastructure from the Greece/Turkey border to Southern Italy. Once operational, TAP will provide transportation capacity that enables interested parties to market their gas on the European markets. TAP will bring Caspian natural gas to Europe. Starting at the border of Greece and Turkey, where it will connect with the Trans Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP), TAP will cross Northern Greece, Albania and the Adriatic Sea to Southern Italy, where it will connect to the Italian gas transportation grid. TAP’s shareholding is comprised of BP (20%), SOCAR (20%), Snam (20%), Fluxys (19%), Enagás (16%) and Axpo (5%). TAP AG has its headquarters in Baar, Switzerland and has several offices in Greece, Albania and Italy. Currently, TAP employs approximately 200 oil and gas specialists from many countries and engages hundreds of contracted service company experts. TAP will not own or sell the gas it transports. Gas sales agreements have been negotiated directly by the Shah Deniz Consortium with gas buyers in Europe.


Enagás is a leading international energy company with 50 years’ experience. It is one of the companies with the most LNG terminals in the world. It has a presence in Spain, the USA, Mexico, Chile, Peru and Greece. It is also one of the shareholders in the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP), which will connect Greece, Albania and Italy to bring natural gas from the Caspian Sea to Europe. The company is certified as a Transmission System Operator (TSO) by the European Union and is an international benchmark in the development and operation of gas networks. It owns more than 12,000 km of gas pipelines, three strategic storages and nine regasification plants. In Spain, Enagás is the Technical Manager of the Gas System and has developed the country's key gas infrastructures, making it a model within Europe.

Listed on the IBEX 35 Spanish stock market, Enagás has also been present in the main sustainability indexes such as the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), for eleven consecutive years. The company is the world leader of its sector, according to the latest DJSI revision.

Enagás is also committed to the fight against climate change through initiatives to promote the use of renewable gases, such as biomethane and hydrogen, and through the development of actions for energy efficiency and sustainable mobility.



ZeniΘ operates since 2000 and has as main activity the supply and sale of natural gas & electricity, innovative & reliable services for households, businesses and public buildings.

The Company's orientation is to meet the energy needs of the modern Greek family, the professionals and the industry. Through continuous upgrading of its services, ZeniΘ provides energy with responsibility & respect for the environment

Spyropoulos SA

SPYROPOULOS SA is a commercial - engineering company that offers complete turn key solutions in renewable energy installations including all Development – Engineering – Procurement – Construction Services. The company was founded in 2004 as a construction company and has a portfolio of 35 MW installed PV plants, over 150MW under Development and is currently responsible for the electromechanical maintenance over 150 MW plants as well as for panel cleaning and weed management of over 500MW. SPYROPOULOS SA has developed a unique technical branch network in Greece, operating six branches, one in Kato Achaia which is the headquarters of the company and five more, one in Thebes, one in Ioannina, Kalamata, Xanthi, Larissa, while there is provision for further expansion of the network to other key locations in Greece. The company is also active in the fields of construction, renovations and maintenance of commercial and industrial buildings and also in the field of electro-mechanical installations and maintenance, covering the entire range of works needed to achieve the best result.


Volterra S.A. has been active in the field of production, trade and supply of electric power in the markets of Greece and Southeastern Europe, since 2010. With regard to production, the company owns a portfolio of licensed projects (totaling appr. 340MW power), in operation or under construction or ready for construction throughout the country. All projects regard the development of power production units from Renewable Energy Sources (RES). In the field of trade, the company participates in cross-border trade (Imports-Exports) handling great amounts of energy through the Energy Markets of neighboring countries (Italy, Bulgaria, etc.). Recently, through newly established cooperation with various companies, the amount of energy traded keeps increasing. Finally, where supply is concerned, Volterra owns a supply licence for up to 300 MW enabling it to provide electricity to all the categories of customers, from low-voltage households and shops to medium-voltage businesses and industries. Also, in 2018, along with the liberalisation of the natural gas market, the company starts to include in its business activities, gas supply, covering the needs of all existing and future customers. Volterra’s shareholder is AVAX S.A, an International Construction Group, boasting an impressive portfolio of energy projects, concession projects and operation projects in Greece and abroad.


Volterra S.A. | Energy Production, Trade and Supply

Head Office

Volterra S.A. | Energy Production, Supply and Trade

A.: 16, Amarousiou-Chalandriou Str. 151 25, Athens, Greece

T.: (+30) 2130 88 3000 F.: 2130 88 3299

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Thessaloniki Office

Volterra S.A. | Energy Production, Supply and Trade

A.: 16, Ganas & Ganas Building Complex, 570 01, Thermi, Greece

T.: (+30) 2310 475 308 F.: (+30) 2310 475 308

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Enel Green Power Hellas SA

Founded in December 2008, we are the Enel Group division for the development and management of energy generation from renewable sources at a global level, with subsidiaries in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania. The clean energy generated by our plants is able to meet the consumption needs of millions of families around the world and helps reduce carbon emissions, prevent climate change and facilitate a new model of decarbonized development. We manage a capacity of more than 40 GW thanks to over 1.200 power plants in 30 countries and a generation mix that includes wind, solar, hydro and geothermal. We contribute to a sustainable development. In our opinion, renewable sources are an important tool in order to promote the competitiveness of the production system in several countries and ensure the security of supply of energy sources: indeed, the widespread generation of energy from water, sun, wind and earth’s heat redound to a greater energy independency for nations, and at the same time safeguarding the environment. Our aim is to grow; increasing substantially our installed capacity and optimizing the technology mix in each country, in order to value the capacity of the single area, leveraging Enel’s operational expertise.

Enel Green Power is present in Greece with 308 MW of installed wind capacity, hydro and solar power. Enel Green Power Hellas is also responsible for two wind parks in Bulgaria of a total installed capacity of 42 MW, as well as a series of photovoltaic stations and wind parks in Romania of a total installed capacity of 534 MW.

Enel Green Power Hellas incorporates in its strategy and business practices the principles of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility, placing the outmost emphasis on safety at work, as well as contributing to the well-being of its employees and the neighboring local communities.



We base our company’s growth and success on achieving our customers’ goals. That’s why we operate with the unique mission of being a trusted technical and financial consultant for energy investors, offering unparalleled high quality services which have as their sole purpose to create added value in each phase of the investment, from A to Z.

In this way, we safeguard that the investment visions we are involved in are realized. Through careful planning, execution and monitoring, our dedicated team of highly-trained engineers and technicians make sure each project meets our own high expectations, from design and construction, to operation and maintenance.

The implementation of this mission is a central part of our success as we base the growth of our company on achieving each and every one of these goals. Why? Because it is these factors which make Enerdia a trusted partner of energy investors.

Windsor Energy Group (WEG)

The Windsor Energy Group (WEG) is a MEC working group that addresses global energy issues and challenges through discussion and analysis involving senior figures from the public and private sectors. Membership is by annual subscription.

Media Partners is a journalistic portal specialized in the Greek energy sector. It is targeted at foreign companies that are interested in the Greek energy market and at diplomats, academics, researchers etc, offering immediate and in-depth briefings about the developments in the energy foreground and background of Greece has been created by the successful team of, the  top Greek, energy portal.

Energy World Magazine

Energyworld is a bimonthly magazine (in English & in Greek) and website ( for Greece, for SE Europe & Eastern Mediterranean) exclusively for the energy market affairs.
The readers of the magazine have the opportunity to read and study reportages, interviews and detailed articles. The followers of the website will not miss a minute of the energy developments reading the most reliable and current energy affairs. Our digital platform includes an interactive website and magazine experience that will bring you inside the world of oil & gas, electricity, renewables, legal insight and green tech including comprehensive analysis about each sector.
Developments are rapid in our region: new gas pipelines, market deregulation, new investments, faster competition, new technology and twists with an emphasis on environmental protection. EnergyWorld magazine and website has an active role in this effort covering opinion, observations, essays, reportages, interviews, legal issues and inspiration.

At a time when reading financial news brings more questions than answers transforms the data into valuable information, providing answers to critical daily issues of the economic sector.

At the same time, thanks to useful themes, guides and tributes, readers can find everything they need to cross the "minefield" of their daily financial transactions. is staffed by an experienced team of editors with a deep knowledge of economic and political reality, while specialized external partners fully cover the most crucial areas of the economy.

Natural Gas Europe

Natural Gas World is an independent specialized website dedicated to bringing you the most essential, accurate and reliable information on global gas matters. Natural Gas World seeks to provide policy/ decision makers, suppliers, regulators, academics and consumers with a comprehensive approach to all the main actors in the natural gas sector and a space where their voices can be heard directly and without distortion.

South EU Summit

60 years on from the Treaty of Rome, the European Union (EU) is today an economic and political power to be reckoned with. But yet, it is tackling some of its greatest challenges ever. Whilst 2017 presents itself as a turnaround year, with positive growth forecasts for all EU member states, much work remains to safeguard the future course of a stronger and more united EU.

The recovery of the European economy has shed light on the differences that remain across EU member states. These disparities, coupled by an unprecedented migrant influx, within a wider region that is far from stable, have placed Southern Europe in a highly susceptible position. In the wake of Brexit, and with Euro-skepticism on the rise, what is clear is that increased dialogue and collective actions are needed for the long-term sustainability of the EU model, reigniting the founding principles on which the European Union was cemented: freedom, equality, solidarity and rule of law.

Whilst the emergence of the South EU Summit is based on similarities across member states within the scope of their geopolitical challenges, their economic and social models, as well as cultural similarities, its ultimate objective is to contribute towards uniting and strengthening the EU. Today, it is widely understood by the European Community that there can be no new vision for Europe without an outlook for peace, cooperation and development in Southern European countries.

With SEUS countries jointly representing close to 40% of total EU population and GDP, along with half of its coastline, the South EU Summit is a proposal for a united direction by the few that can reap benefits for the many. The launch of South EU Summit magazine (SEUS magazine) is a bold proposal that aims to be part of the paradigm shift that Europe lives today. By capitalizing on the gatherings of 7 European Heads of state, we provide a unique and exclusive print and online media platform to reach an elite audience of decision makers in government, business and the academic community. SEUS magazine brings together experts and opinion-shapers with distinguished audiences from around the world to shed light on the goals and collective actions of SEUS Countries, and evaluate the challenges ahead.



Strategic Partners
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

On the basis of the mission of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), as described by Greek Law (N. 4009/2011, article 4) the vision and mission of AUTh can be summarized as follows:

  1. Upgrading the educational process and the curricula (Accreditation) – Educational and teaching excellence
  2. Enhancing excellence in research
  3. Enhancing AUTh’s international presence
  4. Upgrading the organization and operation of Administrative Services
  5. Using, applying and making the most of current Information and Communication Technologies
  6. Upgrading the quality of student services
  7. Connecting the University with society and promoting of AUTh to a landmark of development and culture
  8. Utilizing the University’s real property and intangible assets for the benefit of both AUTh and society at large
  9. Being an environmentally friendly University
  10. Being a friendly and accessible University towards all citizens and especially the ones with disabilities.


Athens University of Economics & Business

The Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) will soon be completing one full century of operation. Through the efforts of thousands of members of the University community over this period, AUEB has attained recognition as a center of educational and scientific excellence and as a source of intellectual wealth for our country.
The scientific identity of AUEB is defined by its three Schools: the School of Economic Sciences, the School of Business and the School of Information Sciences and Technology. These are the scientific disciplines in which AUEB holds a leading position and for which it receives international recognition. AUEB’s eight Departments, which occupy top positions in the preferences of prospective undergraduate students, its popular full-time and part-time Master's programs, as well as its high quality Doctoral programs, contribute to AUEB’s ranking among the top Universities internationally.

Audencia Business School

Founded in Nantes in 1900, Audencia – from the Latin audientia, meaning “listening”, and audacia, meaning “daring” – was first accredited by EQUIS in 1998 and is ranked amongst the top European business schools.

In 2004, Audencia joined the UN initiative uniting companies, the business world and civil society around 10 universal principles for labour and environmental standards and human rights. It is the first business school in France to join the Global Compact.


ESCP Europe Business School

Our conviction is that tomorrow’s business leaders will need to be international, digital, and inter-culturally effective. Our approach to education and organisational structure reflects this, with strongly international programmes delivered by an integrated (pan-European) Faculty across campuses in each of Europe’s principal markets. 

We advance this mission through our unique approach to international management education and research, which promotes transnational experience, collaboration and learning within a pan-European framework.
In 2015, the School formalised a unique approach and perspective under the C4B acronym: Cultures for (4) Business. This continues to guide our work and is now embedded into a new Strategic Plan for the period 2018-2022.

Global Gas Centre

The Global Gas Centre (GGC) is a non-profit organization, based in Geneva, dedicated to executives and experts of natural gas companies who want to share views and best practices on a neutral, independent and inclusive organization. The GGC is a unique platform with the objective of promoting sustainable energy with a particular focus on issues related to the natural gas sector.

The GGC and the World Energy Council (WEC) are working together and align their activities in a number of areas.

Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce

The American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest and most active American chambers in Europe. It was established in 1932 to promote economic and business relations between the United States and Greece. It is a wholly autonomous, not-for-profit organization and receives no subsidy from any government body.

The Chamber aims to:

  • Promote the harmonious development in Greek-American relations in the economic and business field
  • Aid the increase in trade and development between the two countries and acquaint and inform the American business community in Greece with the economic environment and business practices of the host country
  • Assist Greek business people who wish to create business partnerships with American companies
  • Represent the American business community vis-a-vis government departments and agencies
  • Aid and assist importers and investors in their respective countries
  • Provide a forum for an exchange of views on matters of mutual business and commercial interest
Master in Business Administration - University Of Thessaloniki

Our goals are to help scientists of all disciplines to acquire knowledge in Management in order to improve their prospects and careers as executives in companies and organizations. Create specialized scientists in Business Administration. Train managers in order to meet the needs of private and public sector. Promote research in the scientific field of Business Administration.

The program invests in high level academic and professional staff and is configured in a way that meets your professional ambitions.

Our goal is to develop students into leaders … and we believe that attending MBA in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the largest university in Balkans will offer a competitive advantage and a unique experience for all of us…

Swiss - Greek Chamber of Economics

The Swiss - Greek Chamber of Economics (SGCE) was founded in 1997 as a personal and private initiative of Mr. Nikolaos Aggelidakis, undertaken by a group of economists, entrepreneurs and lawyers and is registered at the Commercial Register of Canton Zurich. The Chamber is an organization involved in the development of economic relations between Switzerland and Greece with the kind support of the Swiss Government and the help of the Greek Authorities, mainly in areas such as investments, import and export, co - operation, exchange of technological and cultural assets. 

Research Center for Energy Management

The RCEM's Mission is to build a strong proactive partnership between energy corporations, government agencies and the academic community, in preparation for a new energy era. This will be achieved through the promotion of rigorous and objective empirical research on issues related to energy management, finance and policy, in order to support decision making by both government and industry.

University of Western Macedonia

In 2002 the Ministerial Council, chaired by Prime Minister Mr. Kostas Simitis, decided to found the University of Western Macedonia, and published the Presidential decree No. 92/11-4-2003. In June 2003 the Minister of Education and Religious Affairs, Mr Petros Eythymiou, under the decision Φ.120.61/132/61865/Β2/25.6.2003, appoints the members of the Administrative Committee in Kozani.

On 28 July 2003 a group of ministers leaded by the Minister of Education and Religious Affairs Petros Eythymiou settles the Administrative Committee in Kozani.

World Energy Council

The World Energy Council is the principal impartial network of leaders and practitioners promoting an affordable, stable and environmentally sensitive energy system for the greatest benefit of all.

Formed in 1923, the Council is the UN-accredited global energy body, representing the entire energy spectrum, with more than 3000 member organisations located in over 90 countries and drawn from governments, private and state corporations, academia, NGOs and energy-related stakeholders.

The World Energy Council informs global, regional and national energy strategies by hosting high-level events, publishing authoritative studies, and working through its extensive member network to facilitate the world’s energy policy dialogue.

S&P Global Platts

S&P Global Platts is the leading independent provider of information, benchmark prices and analytics for the energy and commodities markets. For over 100 years, we've brought clarity and transparency to the energy and commodities markets, enabling companies, governments and individuals to act with conviction.

We know that data is key to decision making, but information alone isn't informative: it can be interpreted in many ways and inform drastically different decisions. The knowledge and experience of our people makes the difference, offering insight that helps customers in 190 countries to interpret fluctuations, uncover new commercial opportunities and gain a competitive edge. 

A division of S&P Global, S&P Global Platts is headquartered in London and employs over 1,200 people in more than 19 offices worldwide located in global business and energy centers on five continents. We employ only the best in the market, and each member of our team is committed to providing an unbiased perspective to help our customers monitor market movements, value commodities, recognize opportunities, mitigate risk, and plan with greater confidence.

Atlantic Council

The Atlantic Council promotes constructive leadership and engagement in international affairs based on the Atlantic Community's central role in meeting global challenges. The Council provides an essential forum for navigating the dramatic economic and political changes defining the twenty-first century by informing and galvanizing its uniquely influential network of global leaders. Through the papers we write, the ideas we generate, and the communities we build, the Council shapes policy choices and strategies to create a more secure and prosperous world.