by Markus Stolz

The summer season is slowly coming to an end, so I should be able to become more productive again. The reason for this is not what you might expect – it is simply that power outages are less frequent when temperatures start cooling down. According to Eurostat, Athens is the 5th most populated capital city in the EU. Approximately 40% of the total Greek population lives in Athens. The average temperature during the months of July and August is 27.8 degrees Celsius with over 11 hours of sunshine per day.   When it is that hot, the inhabitants use their air-conditioning systems at home and in the offices. The electricity grid becomes overloaded, ...

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