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Greece plans second geothermal tender reacting to increased interest

Agios Nikolaos church in the village of Anthili, near Lamia, Fthiotida/ Greece (source: flickr/ RobW, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 18 Jul 2011

Greece plans a new tender for leasing of geothermal fields after the great interes the first tender that was held earlier this year. The new tender will focus on fields in the prefectures of Fthiotida and Evia.

The Greek “Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change plans a new tender for leasing of geothermal fields in Greece after the great interest, which was attracted by the first tender.”, so recent news from Greece.

“The new tender will concern Fthiotida and Evia prefectures. Worth mentioning is that the first tender was focused on Nestos river, Evros river, Samothraki and Chios islands.

In total 18 offers were submitted and the maximum investment amount was EUR 350mil.”

Source: Energy Daily News