Nikos Mantzaris discusses with Lyssandros Rigas in Kozani’s radio station “Radiologos” about capacity payments and the lack of economic viability for the new lignite plant “Ptolemaida 5”.
The Green Tank participated in a workshop entitled “National Energy and Climate Plans: Assessment and Prospects for 2050” organized by the National Observatory of Athens on Tuesday 11 June 2019.
Nikos Mantzaris comments on the viability of PPC’s new lignite plant “Ptolemaida 5” in relation to the subsidies the Greek government is attempting to offer and the CO2 costs, in an article by Marianna Tzanne.
On June 7, 2019, Ioli Christopoulou spoke to 102 fm of ERT3, about the great success of the Greens in the recent European elections in several European countries and its significance in shaping European policy during the next five years.
The Green Tank sent a letter to Members of the Greek Parliament asking them to reject an amendment approving a market-wide capacity mechanism, which was submitted by the Minister of Environment and Energy late on Thursday evening.
Οn the occasion of the World Environment Day, an opinion piece by Ioli Christopoulou on the European election results, the great victory of the Greens and the question of who will bring the green wave to Greece. The article titled “Who will bring the green wave to Greece?” was published in Greek in a special feature story on the European elections by the HuffPost Greece, to which The Green Tank, Greenpeace and WWF Greece responded. It was published on June 5th,
Ioli Christopoulou in TV channel ERT analyzes the EU election results, the rise of the Greens in Europe and its significance for the battle against the climate crisis.
Opinion article by Nikos Mantzaris analyzing the reasons why public interest is served by the cancellation of the lignite sale in Greece.
The effort of environmental groups in Greece and Europe to relieve PPC and Greek citizens from the deadlocks associated with the sale of PPC’s lignite is reaching its peak.
Opinion article by Nikos Mantzaris offering a different perspective to the Greek Ministry’s recent triumphant statements on the reduction of CO2 emissions and the draft National Energy and Climate Plan.