Greece to be one of the few countries in the world outside of North America where the three largest cloud service multinationals will have a local presence.
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The electrical vehicles, which require no runways, can transport up to six passengers, while producing zero emissions and minimal noise levels.
The next steps of the Astypalea's plan to become a "smart island" were announced at an event yesterday.
The state-of-the-art station will soon begin to provide fuel for hydrogen-powered scooters and golf carts.
Groundbreaking technology in the form of early warning devices for natural catastrophes will protect the medieval city of Rhodes.
A local company aims to install another 1000 public chargers for electric vehicles in Greece in 2022, helping to make the country attractive for electric car owners.
Following the tender for electric buses to be added to the Athens Urban Transport Organization's existing fleet, the city will now be trying out vehicles featuring brand new hydrogen propulsion technology.
The Aegean island of Astypalea is taking new steps in its electric mobility program.
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