Under the weight of the train accident in Tempe, the lights fall on the Infrastructure of our country, and how much we have invested in it, as a development requirement… I thought I’d ask the AI and see what it says…
me: Do you have any data about the Public Investments in Infrastructures in Greece?
AI: Yes, I can provide you with some data about public investments in infrastructure in Greece.
According to the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT), the total public investments in Greece for the year 2020 amounted to €8.9 billion, of which €3.3 billion (37%) was allocated for investments in infrastructures.
Specifically, the breakdown of public investments in infrastructures in Greece for 2020 was as follows:
- €1.8 billion for transportation infrastructure
- €1.1 billion for energy infrastructure
- €244 million for water supply and sanitation infrastructure
- €91 million for telecommunications infrastructure
- €58 million for other types of infrastructure
It’s important to note that these figures are for one year only and may vary from year to year. Additionally, these numbers may not reflect private investments in infrastructure or investments made by international organizations or other countries.
me: Can you please give me more data comparing the amount of money given in the last 15 years?
AI: Certainly! Here are some figures comparing public investments in infrastructure in Greece over the last 15 years (2008-2022):
- In 2008, public investments in infrastructures amounted to €5.7 billion, of which €2.7 billion (47%) was allocated for infrastructure projects.
- In 2010, public investments in infrastructures amounted to €7.1 billion, of which €3.5 billion (49%) was allocated for infrastructure projects.
- In 2015, public investments in infrastructures amounted to €4.4 billion, of which €1.9 billion (43%) was allocated for infrastructure projects.
- In 2020, as mentioned earlier, public investments in infrastructures amounted to €3.3 billion.
It’s worth noting that these figures represent total public investments in infrastructure, which includes investments from both the Greek government and the European Union. The amount of money allocated to infrastructure projects may fluctuate from year to year depending on various factors, such as economic conditions and government priorities.