PPC scouring southeast Europe markets for opportunities

28/01/2021

Power utility PPC, on a mission, in recent months, to seek investment opportunities in neighboring countries, is carefully planning its first expedition abroad after some time. Although PPC’s new three-year business plan does not specifically reference investment plans abroad, the […]

PM to visit stalled Mesohora dam project, completion ‘near’

28/01/2021

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his energy minister Kostas Skrekas are scheduled to visit power utility PPC’s slow-moving Mesohora hydropower project in west Thessaly on Saturday as part of a wider visit to the area, for an update on its […]

Greece, Israel eyeing broader alliance for Balkans, central Europe

28/01/2021

The Greek-Israeli energy alliance is broadening its scope by aiming for the establishment of a Greek […]

Athens ending PPC lignite monopoly, rival suppliers to gain

27/01/2021

Newly appointed energy minister Kostas Skrekas has reached an agreement with European Commission authorities to gradually […]

Gas

Outcome of DEPA appeal against ELFE crucial for sale

27/01/2021

The outcome of tomorrow’s appeal filed by gas utility DEPA against ELFE (Hellenic Fertilizers and Chemicals) […]

PPC loses 96,000 low-voltage connections in 3 months

27/01/2021

Approximately 96,000 low-voltage consumers left power utility PPC for rival suppliers over a three-month period between […]