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Power generation permit for mini hydro plant switches hands

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April 30, 2015

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Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) gave the go-ahead for the power generation permit for 625 kW hydro plant in the municipality of Naousa to change hands, Energypress.gr portal reported. The hydropower facility in Anthemia, owned by Varvaressos S. A. – European Spinning Mills, and the new permit holder is Olganos S. A. Akineton, owned by National Bank of Greece (33.6%), Piraeus Bank (32.27%), Alpha Bank (30.44%) and Attica Bank (3.69%).

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