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Mytilineos is rapidly expanding into the field of large-scale solar energy projects within and outside the country through its Renewable Energy Development and Energy Storage Division (RSD).


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22.09.2022 / 21:29

Electricity rates for the vast majority of household consumers (up to 500 kilowatt hours) will be contained next month to 14 to 17 cents per kilowatt-hour, thanks to the high state subsidies absorbing 90% of the increases. 


21.09.2022 / 08:44

Power consumers seem to be seeking refuge from the high prices and insecurity from the prolonged energy uncertainty in the arms of PPC.


20.09.2022 / 10:59

Greek energy-intensive industries are preparing a line of defense against the European Union proposals for a mandatory reduction in electricity consumption after the mandatory natural gas ceiling.


19.09.2022 / 13:32

Electricity supply should not be taken for granted for everyone this winter, at least from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. between November and March.


16.09.2022 / 12:19

Electricity suppliers are trying to prevent so-called “energy tourism” – i.e. the phenomenon of consumers constantly switching from one provider to another, leading to the accumulation of arrears – by creating a consumers register similar to the Teiresias register of bad debtors.


14.09.2022 / 22:42

Greece’s two refining companies – Hellenic Petroleum and Motor Oil – are skeptical to say the least of a European Commission proposal for an extraordinary levy on the profits of 2022, which the Greek government reportedly supports and plans to adopt regardless of whether it becomes mandatory for member states.



31.08.2022 / 09:01

The European Union is rushing to intervene in the electricity and energy markets to prevent a further price escalation, now that the crisis is threatening to destabilize the biggest European economies, especially the highly dependent on Russian gas Germany.


29.08.2022 / 10:43

The Czech presidency of the European Union has called for an emergency meeting of the bloc’s energy ministers to consider measures of dealing with the energy crisis.


27.08.2022 / 13:43

Greece may not have imposed mandatory energy-saving measures like other European countries in an effort to limit the impact of soaring power prices, but that hasn’t stopped households and businesses from self-regulating their consumption to reduce costs. 


27.08.2022 / 10:44

Demand for the services of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal at the island of Revithoussa has really surged as European countries are rushing to make up for natural gas shortages and increase reserves ahead of winter.




24.08.2022 / 08:35

A significant rise in the price of electricity announced by state-controlled Public Power Corporation (PPC) for September forced the government to raise its electricity subsidy for September to 1.9 billion euros, from €1.1 billion in August.