Tilos Becomes the First Greek Island to Achieve Energy Autonomy

The Greek island of Tilos became the first in the Mediterranean to be fully self-sufficient for its energy, thanks to strong investment in renewables....

Two New Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration Tenders Launched

The Greek government has launched two tenders for offshore oil and gas exploration and exploitation in the west and south of the country, the...

Seven New Wind Farms in Imathia and Kozani

The environmental conditions for the construction and the operation of seven large wind farms and the additional technical works required, were approved today by...

Greece’s Tilos Set to Be the First Mediterranean Island to Be Powered by Renewable...

The Greek island of Tilos currently relies on electricity from the neighboring island of Kos which is transferred to the island via a submarine...

Exxon, Total Win Tender to Explore for Oil and Gas Off Greece’s Crete

A consortium of U.S. Exxon Mobil , France’s Total and Hellenic Petroleum has been awarded a tender to explore for oil and gas off...

US Ambassador Talks Energy, Cyprus Problem

The reunification of Cyprus continues to be a top priority for the US, ambassador John Koenig said on Wednesday, and he urged Turkey to...

Greece to Name Preferred Bidders for Deep-Sea Oil and Gas Exploration

According to Greece's Energy Minister, Panos Skourletis, the evaluation of the bids cast for deep-sea oil and gas exploration in Greece will conclude in...

While Anastasiades Fiddled, Money Fled Cyprus

Delays and indecision by newly-elected Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades' government allowed a huge outflow of cash from the island's banks even though they were...

Greece’s Public Power Corporation Reports 66% Profit Loss

Greece's Public Power Corporation (PPC) on Thursday reported a 66 percent drop in the nine-month net profit. The public utility that has monopolized the electricity...

ELTEH Anemos Renewable Energy Business Received IPO Approval

The renewable energy business ELTEH of Greece's biggest construction company Ellaktor got the approval of the Greek capital market regulator yesterday for the initial...

Power Workers Threaten With Blackouts Over Impending Privatization of PPC

Public Power Corporation (PPC) worker unions are to meet on Thursday and Friday to discuss their reaction to the impending privatization of part of...

TAP Gas Pipeline to Invest €1 Million in Greek Agricultural Program

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) will invest €1 million in educational and applied biotechnological activities, aiming at supporting the cultivation, marketing, and sale of...

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