Kanelis explores Athens, Dimitrios Kanellopoulos
ISBN (ebook): 978-618-5040-51-2
Our little story takes place in Athens. It starts with the realisation of a wish and takes off with the reader for a daytrip, flying over the important sights of the city of Athens, with the Parthenon being the highlight.
Kanelis is a symbol of freedom, small in size but with great wishes. He flies joyfully, ponders and makes us ponder, moves us and enjoys the gift given to him by his good fortune.
The little horse of Holargos has the chance -through conversations with various sculptures, a bell, a column and a flag- to learn wonderful things for the city and its history.
Dr Dimitrios Kanellopoulos was born and raised in Larisa, Greece, where he graduated from B’ Boys High School in 1973. He studied in Great Britain, where he acquired his degree in aeronautical engineering from the University of Manchester, England, in 1978.
Having completed his research on fluid mechanics, he acquired his PhD in 1982. He has taught fluid mechanics and Alternative Forms of Energy at the Technological Educational Institute of Piraeus.
In 1985, he started working for the Public Power Corporation (PPC) as a development engineer at the Department of Alternative Energy Forms, on issues concerning Renewable Energy Sources and the environment. He studied and designed almost every wind park in Greece, which belong to PPC- Renewables S.A.
In 2002, he became section head of the Strategy and Planning Department of PPC and coordinator of the Permanent Team for the Environment.
His book concerning wind energy was published in 2008 by the Publishing Group ION.
In 2010, he became Director of Wind Energy in PPC- Renewables S.A.
Today, he is the Director at the Natural Resources Evaluation and Certification Department of PPC- Renewables S.A.
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