Greece: Independent suppliers’ low-voltage consumers in Q1 2021, SEE Energy News
Greek independent electricity suppliers increased their total number of low-voltage consumers by 100,000 in the first quarter of 2021, compared to the last quarter of 2020, according to data published by Greek distribution system operator DEDDIE.
The share of Public Power Corporation (PPC) in this category dropped to 76.28 % from 77.8 % in Q4 2020, totaling 5.1 million customers from a total of 6.79 million consumers in low-voltage category.
Protergia, which gained approximately 11,000 low-voltage customers in the first quarter, is the leader among the independent suppliers with a 3.8 %low-voltage market share, representing 255,000 consumers. Elpedison follows with a market share of 3.58 % or 250,000 customers, up by 9,500, with Heron ranked third with 3.12 % or 211,000 customers, up by 15,000.
Watt & Volt was ranked fourth (2.56 %), gaining 3,400 customers for a total of 173,000. Zenith followed in fifth place with a 2.27 % share and 154,000 customers, up 17,000. NRG was next with 1.72 % or 116,000 customers, followed by Volton with 1,68 % or 114,00 customers and Fysiko Aerio with 1.34 % or 90,000 customers.
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