Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Lights out

We voted for things to be free, so whaddja expect us to do;
Greece's electricity customers have stopped paying their bills, resulting in a cash crunch for Public Power Corporation. Daily incomings have shown a rapid decline dropping close to zero, depriving the country’s main energy company of 20 million euros per day in revenues.

The situation is deteriorating with every day that passes, making it immediately necessary to use cash reserves to cover everyday financial obligations to contractors, suppliers, the grid operator etc.

1 comment:

  1. Greece extends the primary, Socialist/Comunist motto of the former Soviet Union: We pretend to pay, and soon the Public Power Corporation will pretend to provide electricity.

    All power to the People! For free. Power is a right to be provided by the Left.