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Flórina

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Phlorina

(both: flôr`ĭnə), city (1991 pop. 12,622), capital of Flórina prefecture, N Greece, near the North Macedonian border. It is connected with Bitola, North Macedonia, by a road that runs through the Monastir gap.
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Located at Ermioni in Argoldia, Tsouka in Arcadia, Kilkis in Macedonia, and Achaia, the plants benefit from existing infrastructure and interconnections, and a fixed tariff for all of the generated capacity under the power purchase agreements for their tenors, varying from 12 to 20 years.
"The PPAs stipulate that the public utility off-taker "DAPEEP" (Diacheristics Ananeosimon Pigon Energias Kia Eggyiseon Proelefsis S.A.) guarantees the purchase of all the energy produced at the parks." The statement revealed that the parks are located in Ermioniiin Argolida, Tsouka in Arcadia, Kilkis in Macedonia and Achia, and the assets benefit from existing infrastructure and interconnections.
The parks are located at Ermioni in Argolida, Tsouka in Arcadia, Kilkis in Macedonia and Achaia.
Most sit-ins are in Pela, but there are also in Thessaloniki, Kilkis, Chalkidiki and Pieria, Proto Thema reports.
I am originally from Swansea and now live in northern Greece, and yesterday I visited a British memorial in a small town, Dorani Kilkis, to pay tribute to the forgotten men who fought in WWI and who are all too often buried far from home with very little recognition.
Birol Kilkis on the necessity of Legionella prevention in any HVAC design and installation.
With an epicentre north-west of the port city of Thessaloniki, close to Kilkis, the earthquake could be felt as far as Bulgaria and Macedonia, according to media reports.
The Ministry of Transport announced that between Monday and Thursday next week works will take place at the Eleonon Avenue and Kilkis road intersection in Strovolos.
* Department of Internal Medicine, General Hospital of Goumenissa, Kilkis, Greece;
The main reasoning is that if prior to useful applications a facility destroys exergy, then an off-site plant must proportionately off-set this destruction by spending additional fuel (Kilkis, B and Kilkis, B.; 2009; Kilkis, S., 2011).
The rare earths metals reportedly are in Rhodope, Thessaloniki, Chios and Kilkis; in the coastal and underwater area of Strymonikos Bay; while bauxites can be found on the Greek mainland, according to the Greek Reporter.