Grid too narrow for all RES

The Ministry of Environment and Energy is setting ambitious goals in the revised National Plan for Energy and Climate (ESEK), regarding the penetration of renewable energy sources, which are in danger of remaining on paper because they require a huge development of networks.

PM hails Greek role in improving energy security

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday hailed Greece’s role in improving energy security in the region, amid the disruption caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

EasyJet sees demand for Greek islands next year

British airline easyJet on Tuesday forecast healthy travel demand for next spring and summer based on early bookings, but warned of the need for attractive fares to stimulate demand outside peak periods.

Domestic violence hotline ad placed on buses, trams

Buses and trolleys in Attica have been covered with banners with the 15900 hotline to report domestic violence.

‘The audience does not need to be told how to feel,’ says LA-based Greek film composer

Film and television music writer Alexis Grapsas has been very busy in the past 15 years and it doesn’t look like he’ll be slowing down anytime soon.


The modernization of the technical infrastructure of the fleet and staffing it with highly qualified technical personnel – and thus highly paid – is imperative.

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Supreme Court evacuated after bomb threat
Plevris says court decision on unvaccinated staff a ‘defeat for public health’

Greece’s health minister on Wednesday said he regretted a decision by the Council of State, the country’s highest administrative court, to allow the return to work of health workers who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19.


Binance to open office in Cyprus

Changpeng Zhao, the co-founder and CEO of Binance, has told Kathimerini Cyprus his company is about to open a Cyprus office, despite the FTX bankruptcy scandal a few weeks ago that was a major detriment to the industry as a whole, as he describes it.


WWII air force hero dies at age 102


Home wins for Greens and Reds in Euroleague
Reds succumb in Tel Aviv but Greens edge out Virtus

Olympiakos slipped up at Maccabi on Tuesday but remained second in the Euroleague, but Panathinaikos edged out Virtus Biologna in overtime at home.


Egyptians call on British Museum to return Rosetta Stone

The debate over who owns ancient artifacts has been an increasing challenge to museums across Europe and America, and the spotlight has fallen on the most visited piece in the British Museum: The Rosetta Stone.

Antiquities finding their place in Thessaloniki metro
Holocaust Museum on track for construction tender
Monk seal gets medical care, TLC at Athens rescue center
Commemoration of Athens Polytechnic uprising begins
Tectonics puts its finger on the electronic pulse
Greek-American lawmakers retain their House seats