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Remote Greek isle switches off power cuts, lights up green energy
by Isabelle Gerretsen
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25 July 2018
On 25 July 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Residents of Tilos hope a new system to produce electricity from renewables will lower costs and put an end to frequent power outages. An effort is underway to turn the remote Dodecanese island, 78 km (48 miles) from Rhodes, from an importer of dirty diesel power into a largely self-sufficient energy hub capable of exporting clean electricity to neighbouring small islands. Using a grant of 11 million euros ($12.9 million) from the European Commission, as part of the EU's Horizon 2020 research and innovation push, the plan is to transform Tilos into one of the Mediterranean's first green energy islands.
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