Mainland Greece had 2,442.25 MW of installed PV capacity as of the end of February 2015, according to the Hellenic Transmission System Operator SA (HTSO). The Greek mainland had 2,091.82 MW of installed grid-connected PV systems over 10 kW and 350.43 MW of rooftop PV systems up to 10 kW at the end of the month. The country added 6.85 MW of new PV capacity in the first two months of this year, up from 3.8 MW in the same period of 2013. In 2014, the Greek mainland added approximately 16 MW of new PV power, down sharply from 1,092 MW a year earlier. HTSO’s figures do not include the installed capacity of non-interconnected Greek islands, which – according to the Hellenic Electricity Distribution Network Operator SA (HEDNO) – reached 135.8 MW at the end of 2013. Based on the most recent data available, Greece has a total installed PV capacity of at least 2,578 MW.