Government surrender over energy price surge

While consumers brace for another wave of energy and fuel price hikes, the government is throwing in the towel, claiming it has run out of ammunition to contain costs. Finance Minister Constantinos

EuroAsia link ‘more compelling than ever’

Regional energy regulators meeting in Larnaca this week concluded that despite disruptions in the world energy markets, the prospects for the future of Cyprus and the wider eastern Mediterranean are promising. The

Turkey obstacle to EastMed pipeline study 

The commercial viability study of the ambitious EastMed gas pipeline is not proceeding normally as Turkey is “interfering with the Nautical Geo ship conducting environmental surveys,” Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides said. He


President seeks to curb energy costs

President Nicos Anastasiades will hold an emergency with ministers and officials from energy authorities in a bid to bring down galloping electricity prices amid an inflation tide. Anastasiadis has called for a

Cyprus supports green tech in Med

Cyprus supports the creation of a common platform for the supply of natural gas and the EU funding innovative green technologies to address the needs of the Southern Mediterranean. This was the


Clean energy is the future

During her brief visit to three strategic states this week, vital to the European Union’s energy security and supply, the EU Commission President had a lot to say, directed to many, at

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