Lead Partner: University of Thessaly

SIM4NEXUS will explore the Nexus components in a country with extremely diverse terrain, high mountainous regions and a coastline that is among the longest in the world, a very large number of islands with insularism issues and significant tourism. The country’s main economic sectors include the primary sector (agriculture, livestock and fisheries), tourism and food processing industry, with a strong renewable energy potential, and a need of a climate change adaptation /mitigation plan in relation to the Nexus. The main actors involved in the case study include the Special water secretariat of the Ministry of energy and environment (the Special Water secretary is a member of the External Advisory Board), Regional water authorities, the Ministry of agriculture, the Center of renewable energy sources and savings (CRES), the Panhellenic Confederation of Unions of agricultural cooperatives (PASEGES) and the HYDROMEDON network of water resource laboratories of all Greek Universities (of which UTH is a member).


For more information please contact:

Maria P. Papadopoulou:

Chryssi Laspidou:

Chrysaida Papadopoulou: 


SIM4NEXUS at EU Water conference in Vienna


SIM4NEXUS joined


SIM4NEXUS views on the “Nexus approach added value” – reflections on the latest SEI Nexus report