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Overtourism in Halkidiki affects water and power supply

Overtourism in Halkidiki has affected water and electricity supply as well the biological cleaning networks. Black outs are daily, locals, tourists and professionals are angry. Faucets ran dry, the circuit breakers went down and the biological cleaning “short-circuited” for another year in Halkidiki due to overtourism, daily ethnos.gr reported citing …

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Electricity interconnection of Cyclades islands signed

Hellenic Cables, the cables segment of Cenergy Holdings, signed a contract with Independent Power Transmission Operator (IPTO) on Monday,, in the context of the 4th phase of Cyclades interconnection with the continental Electricity Transmission System, concerning the electrical interconnections of Lavrio-Serifos and Serifos-Milos, Greece, with a total length of 170 …

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Supply of natural gas without any disruption, says Greece’s Energy Minister

The supply of natural gas to Greece continues without any disruption, Environment and Energy Minister Kostas Skrekas said on Friday. He reassured that domestic reserves – lignite coal, hydroelectric, diesel power generation, liquefied natural gas reserves in Revythousa – can meet the demand in the case of supply crisis. Chairing …

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“No concern about the adequacy of natural gas in Greece,” says Development Minister

Greece’s Development Minister Adonis Georgiadis appeared reassuring about the natural gas supply and the consequences that the developments in Ukraine will have for the country. Speaking to Skai Tv on Tuesday morning, the minister said that “there is absolutely no concern about the adequacy of natural gas in Greece from …

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Greece, Cyprus, Israel sign EuroAsia Interconnector agreement to link electricity supply

Greece, Cyprus and Israel signed an agreement in Nicosia on Monday linking the electricity supply of the three countries through a cable to be built, the EuroAsia Interconnector. Greek Environment & Energy Minister Costas Skrekas said during the signing event that the EuroAsia Interconnector “will contribute decisively to end Cyprus’ …

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Greece to receive enough Covid-19 vaccines for 15.4 million people

Greece has arranged to get delivery of over 26 million Covid-19 vaccine doses, enough for 15,450,000 citizens, Secretary General for Primary Health Care Marios Themistocleous said on Monday. Speaking at a live briefing on the pandemic, Themistocleous said the vaccination plan is progressing well and several hospitals have completed the …

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Rhodes without power supply as both PPC plants go out of order

A blackout occurred at 10:20 on Friday morning leaving the whole island of Rhodes without power. According to preliminary information, the blackout occurred due to a technical problem initially in one of the power plants on the island. both power plants on Rhodes are out of order. While technical teams …

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Hydra island without power and water supply for more than 16 hours

Locals, weekend visitors and tourists on the island of Hydra in the Saronic Gulf remain without electricity and water since early Sunday morning, August 26th 2018. According to media reports, a power outage, a black out,  occurred in the early morning hours of Sunday and affected also the water supply …

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Public outcry forces PPC to reconnect power to lung-patient

It needed the media intervention for Greece’s Public Power Corporation to show a humane face. An exclusive report of local media Lamianow on Friday afternoon was reproduced by hundreds of local and national media, news websites and blogs and exposed the merciless power supply cut to a poor household thus …

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Survey: 3 in 10 Greeks cannot afford heating or hot water

Residents in several underprivileged suburbs of Athens and Piraeus have seen their economic situation to have dramatically deteriorate and consequently also their living standards. According to a survey conducted by the Greek Ombudsman: one in five residents seeks soup kitchens and social groceries in order to get food. Three in …

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