Early news from Greece

Defkalion Green TechnologiesThe Greek website energypress.gr has a recent press release apparently giving details on Defkalion Green Technologies‘ commercial arrangements ahead of their press conference.

Among the details:

  • The company’s funding is completely private.
  • The company has €300-400 million in investments.
  • The company will build three industrial units in Xanthi, Thrace.
  • Apart from the large demonstration reactor, the company will produce large 1-3 MW units and smaller 10-30 kW household units.
  • The first prototype reactors will be produced by the end of July, regular production will begin in November, and the first household units will be introduced next January.
  • The cost of the device (household unit?), used as a water and space heater, will be €4000-5000.
  • A converter to produce electricity from the unit will cost an extra €500-900.

Hat tip to my Italian namesake Matteo on Daniele Passerini’s blog.

(The article in the original Greek can be found here. Corrections from those who know Greek are welcome.)

One Reply to “Early news from Greece”

Comments are closed.