Our new documentary video “Hope Beyond Coal in Greece’s Valley of Tears” vividly illustrates the challenge, promise and potential of […]
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Inaugurated in April 2022, the 204MW Kozani solar park, built adjacent to several lignite mines, is the largest utility-scale solar farm in southeastern Europe. The first of a planned 3GW of solar power to be built in the country’s lignite regions, it represents just the beginning of Greece’s ongoing massive expansion of solar generation capacity.
For decades, Anargyroi’s residents have had to look on as, one by one, the region’s villages are consumed by the […]
PPC has decided to retire all of its 6 existing coal plants by 2023, effectively meaning that Greece’s 2028 coal […]
A major Greek court ruling has put the final nail in the coffin for planned power plant Meliti II. The […]
The Greek Prime Minister and Hungarian President have just announced that they will phase out all coal-powered electricity production by 2028 and 2030.
European and Greek NGOs ask for canceling PPC’s lignite sale