EVTA to develop CO2 neutral industrial park

EVTA to develop CO2 neutral industrial park

Published at: 2016-03-31 15:43 | Author: CIJ Greece
ETVA SA, a member of the Pireaus Bank Group, will be developing an industrial park for processing agricultural and poultry products in Greece. The project will take place in the Pella region.

The Ministry of Industry has revealed that the necessary steps will be taken to enable the approval process to be finalized in time for a September kick-off of construction. "We kept innovation, exports and focusing on green business in mind for this great investment, and above all because we believe in restarting the Greek economy through organized and sustainable design," said Vrasidas Zavras, CEO of ETVA and General Manager of Piraeus Bank Green Banking.

One of the innovative features of this project is that the Agricultural Business Park in Pella will be CO2 neutral, and has been designed with a high level of social reciprocity in terms of its technical, administrative and business conditions. Two photovoltaic power stations have been installed (total 9 MW), which should cover all of the park's future energy needs.

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