Energy - Page 2

Building the East Med Energy Corridor

By Natasa Pilides Signing the Memorandum of Understanding between Cyprus, Israel and Greece, on cooperation regarding the EuroAsia Interconnector Project marks another important milestone in our three countries’ joint efforts to promote


Getting Cyprus to zero-carbon emissions

By Sotiris Kyprianou Climate change is affecting our country for good. Higher temperatures observed in recent years and changes in Cyprus’ climate, with frequent water scarcity and heatwaves, have led the island


First private power plant to go online in 2023

The island’s first private conventional power station will be going live in 2023, offering cheaper electricity, as work on the Power Energy Cyprus plant is moving along after some delays. The €200

Electric arc across the eastern Med

By Costis Stambolis As work is in progress on the electric tie up between mainland Greece and the island of Crete, following completion in January of the first leg of the project with


Natural gas: Is Cyprus still in the game?

By Michael Olympios Natural gas exploration is a tough business. And its politics are often as complex as its engineering. Over the years, Cyprus tried to form a geostrategic alliance with Israel,


Energy ministers ready for EuroAsia MoU

By Makis Georghiou Energy ministers of Cyprus, Greece and Israel will put the final touches this week to a long-awaited trilateral agreement seen as the final step before construction begins on the