The energy crisis on the European continent has prompted Italy to use caves and also prompted Greece to set up photovoltaic parks.
The European Central Bank has announced that the economic impact of the current gas crisis will be directly visible in the winter season. This bank predicted that rising gas prices will lead to an average increase of two units of inflation between 2022 and 2023. According to the Al Manar TV channel; the crisis has prompted Italy to use caves and Greece to build photovoltaic parks, while an increase in average inflation in the Eurozone next winter is being felt. Apple growers have built a cave to keep their produce fresh and store it 300 meters underground under their nets in the Turin region of northern Italy, and the reason for this is the energy crisis that has recently hit the Eurozone. Mavro Ericher, head of the underground cold storage project, said, “The energy crisis forced us to look for optimal ways of supply and consumption. By using these caves, we were able to save about 30 percent in energy consumption. These caves behave like layers of ice and are largely natural and environmentally friendly.” In Greece, the government will close government buildings in the evening to save electricity. At the same time, it will resort to building photoelectronic parks, and this is a partial solution to solve the energy crisis in the country. It should be noted that photoelectronics is an effect in which light with a certain frequency is radiated on the surface and leads to the separation of electrons from it.