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COVID19: EAC moves services online

Cyprus Electricity Authority (EAC) customer service centres will remain closed to the public until April 16 while moving all services provided by the power utility online. EAC’s announcement follows the government decision to place the country in lockdown as of

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Britain underlines opposition to Turkish drilling

The UK Foreign Office has assured the Cypriot diaspora that Britain opposes any illegal activity by Turkey inside Cyprus waters. This position is contained in an FCO letter to 15 UK Cypriots

Cyprus and Norway to sign MoU on energy

Cyprus and Norway will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on energy issues to provide for the exchange of expertise and sovereign fund management. The MoU under discussion contains specific areas such

France backs Cyprus in energy row with Turkey

France supports Cyprus in an escalating dispute with Turkey determined to drill for energy resources in Cypriot waters, said French Defence Minister Florence Parly on Tuesday. Parly met Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades


Power surge for electric vehicles

In a push to promote electric vehicles the government is preparing another incentive scheme to tempt motorists to scrap their conventional cars by essentially offering them a way to charge their electric


China flexing for global energy domination

By Richard Philips The Belt and Road Initiative, China’s ambitious plan to build an infrastructure highway spanning from Beijing to Brussels, is commonly perceived as a transport artery involving land and sea


Cyprus uses 37% RES for heating and cooling

Cyprus is among Europe’s top 10 countries for using renewable energy sources for heating and cooling, latest Eurostat figures show. In 2018, renewable energy accounted for 21% of the total energy used