Big changes for state-owned companies

With a bill put to public consultation, the Ministry of Economy and Finance has moved forward with the radical restructuring of the Superfund or Growthfund. 

Is the Greek summer out of reach for young Greeks?

With the quintessential Greek summer increasingly out of reach for many in Greece as they are priced out of certain locations, many young people end up taking on seasonal work only to be able to see a beach – something unthinkable for previous generations.

Cadastre the first state service to use AI tools

The Hellenic Cadastre, which is due on Thursday to launch the use of artificial intelligence applications on a trial basis until September, will become the first Greek state service to use AI, Deputy Digital Governance Minister Konstantinos Kyranakis told Skai television in an interview on Wednesday.

App for buildings damaged by natural disasters

Digital Governance Minister Dimitris Papastergiou and Deputy Climate Crisis and Civil Protection Minister Christos Triantopoulos on Wednesday announced a new electronic application called “Digispect,” during a meeting at the Digital Governance Ministry.

Wasting time

The Ministry of Finance shows, as a rule, a certain self-restraint. It knows it is walking a tightrope.

No need for another floating LNG unit

A possible investment in a floating liquid natural gas (LNG) storage unit in the Pagasetic Gulf is not likely to be implemented due to lack of sustainable economic and political support, Environment and Energy Minister Thodoros Skylakakis told Parliament on Monday.

Company signs agreement for development of Sani-Kassandra property on Halkidiki

Sani Development and Tourism Company SA, the highest bidder for the development of the Sani-Kassandra property on the Halkidiki peninsula, signed the agreement for the development of the area assessed at 8.6 million euros, the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED), a member company of Growthfund, the National Fund of Greece, said on Tuesday. Sani’s winning bid had been announced in January.

ADMIE to discuss interconnector project challenges with Cyprus authorities

The Independent Power Transmission Operator of Greece (ADMIE) has been invited to the Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority (RAEK) next Monday in connection with new evidence on the basis of which it has requested a review of the Cypriot regulator’s decision not to allow Cypriot consumers to be charged before the implementation of the Great Sea Interconnector project.