Whatever the case may be, whether it is frost or heat, the situations prove each time that WITHOUT the contribution and contribution of lignite the electricity system can not meet the requirements.
This fact is not a simple statement but it is one reality which will be very different if the plan to withdraw the lignite plants is continued as this means that in the future There will be NO base units to "turn their backs" and absorb the red vibrations of the system. A system that will be at the mercy of imported fuel and cloudy or dry weather and will be in danger at any time to collapse and collapse means blackout with many unpleasant and financially unbearable consequences.
Furthermore, the continuation of the plan of violent de-ligation is clear, as we have repeatedly emphasized, that endangers the smooth operation of District Heating to which do not have the luxury of being deprived the citizens of an area that reaches prohibitive temperatures during the winter.
The Labor Center of the Prefecture of Kozani, Once again, points out the multiple risks involved in the planning for the withdrawal of lignite plants and calls for the Government and the Management of PPC to take into account the request of the EP, of the Local Government but also of the local community for extension of the operation of the appropriate base units and the smooth transition to the next day.