Greek authorities are starting the construction of a power plant in Alexandroupoli in the north of the country, which will be fueled by a floating liquefied natural gas regasification station (FSRU).
A few months ago, Alexandroupoli announced the start of work on a new LNG terminal. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, at the ceremony to mark the launch of the investment in the facility, said that it is currently under rapid construction and should be put into service in early 2024.
According to him, this project is not only geopolitical and economic, but also has an ecological background. The power plant, like all new fuel stations, has the capacity to burn natural gas and hydrogen. As a result, it will be able to produce cheaper and cleaner energy in the future.
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