The largest workers union of Greek Public Power Corporation (PPC), GENOP has started its announced series of 48-hours strikes by interruption operation at five units as a way of protest against the bailout-required sale of some PPC’s coal-fired units.
President of the union Giorgos Adamidis reiterated that the union does not intend to create problems with electricity supply in the country and noted that production capacity which are in operation despite the strikes are much higher than current domestic demand which peaks at some 6,500 MW.
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Tags: electricity, GENOP, Greece, PPC, protest, union