Just north of Athens there is one of the country’s biggest solar energy farms. Monitoring everything is a system installed by a company with Vassilis Nellas at the helm.
In 2000, Inaccess was a small company employing 10 people. Now there are 50 staff. Despite the crisis, turnover has doubled over the last two years, and exports are up four times over.
The company, which has opened a subsidiary in San Fransisco, is among the first Greek clusters to specialise in micro-electronics.