The 33 wind turbines that have been licensed around Styra (S. Evia) will be the largest to date: 5MW each, 180m. height, 145 m wingspan.
The photorealistic rendering done by the local Associations gives a good idea of how the wind turbines will dominate and disrupt the landscape plus the other problems that noise, excavation, road building and power transmission will create.
The Initiative Group for the defense of the rights of the residents of Lykorema-Theatroupolis-OSMAES-ERODIOS and the Cultural-Naturalist Association of Lykorema invite you to an informative discussion about the wind farms of the company AEOLOS EVIAS ENERGY SA at the locations "PIONARI", "SHINARI", "VALMOS" and "KOURMALI".
The zoning areas, which are threatened with destruction, belong to the Municipal Unit of Karystos, which has been designated as a tourist zone and has been continuously developing in this direction in recent years.
People's assembly against wind turbines in Skyros
On 1/8/2022 an open gathering took place in Skyros in Chora square against the 58 wind turbines planned in the southern part of the island. The local community and the Municipality of Skyros collectively refuse the installation of giant wind turbines, recognizing the effects on the environment and the economic activities of the island. Experts on energy, environment and legal issues spoke. The mayor of Skyros, local and regional councilors were emphatically opposed to the project.
The Society for the Protection of the Environment of South Karystia (Σ.Π.ΠΕ.Ν.Κ) invites its members to the annual General Assembly that will take place on 10/7/2022 at the Karystion Hotel at 10.30 am. In order to avoid the possible lack of quorum, the Assembly will take place definitively on Sunday 17/7//2022 at the same time and place.
Photo MARINE TRAFFIC.
To all competent bodies
(as listed in the list of recipients)
We are sending you a third complaint of SPPENK regarding the transfer of oil from the oil tanker LANA inside the bay of Karystos.
The Russian tanker LANA (formerly Pegas) with a capacity of 115,000 tons, loaded with crude oil, due to a mechanical failure, has been trapped in the Gulf of Karystos for 40 days. We are not responsible for commenting on the political implications of this situation, but we were informed by a publication of Star Central Greece and by foreign media, that another tanker is heading to the gulf of Karystos to tranship the confiscated cargo, as shown in the relevant screenshot attached to bottom of the page.