Larissa, 20 November 2020
Subject: Loan Agreement Signing
Our company, Agrigas Energy S.A., announces that in the context of the implementation’s con-
tinuation of a business plan for the construction of a 0.5 MWel power plant using biomass from
agricultural residues, signed on 17.11.2020 a loan agreement of 2.568 million Euros with Pi-
We thank all our partners (ewerGy GmbH, TÜV Hellas, Ernst & Young, Piraeus Bank) who con-
tributed to the completion of this step.
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EQTEC CEO , in an interview with proactive refers to the start of cooperation with ewerGy and Eco Hellas for the first power generation project in Greece.
“We are very happy to have selected the partner for the first biomass project in Greece that uses advanced gasification technology,” said David Palumbo, CEO of EQTEC.
And it continues:
“The Mediterranean agro-industrial sector is one of our three main sectors, and entering Greece is a high priority for us. During discussions with ewerGy and Eco Hellas, we were convinced that we had found the right partners in this very promising area for proven advanced gasification technology. “
Palumbo added: “We remain confident of our investment in Greece and the wider Mediterranean region.
“Our intention is to develop this market through strategic partnerships in the region.”
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The Financial Times announces the start of cooperation between EQTEC and EPC ewerGy GmbH , for the development of a project portfolio in Greece and the Balkans. In Greece the project concerns the 499kW el gasification unit of Agrigas Energy SA.
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EQTEC announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the German company EPC, ewerGy GmbH , which covers the basic terms of the proposed cooperation for the design and installation of the first advanced gasification plant in Greece .
EwerGy will operate in Greece through its partner, Eco Hellas SA, as well as the project development company, Agrigas Energy SA. (“Agrigas”), which will own and operate the 0.5MWe gasification plant in Larissa , in central Greece.
The commissioning of the initial unit is expected to take place in the first quarter of 2021.
According to the memorandum, the parties also committed to the development of a second 1MWe plant , in another location in Greece, which will also belong to Agrigas, a project that is currently in the design approval process.
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