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No drop in electricity bills as Cyprus pays to pollute

Despite a 2.9% reduction in electricity transmission and production costs, consumers in Cyprus will not see any dent in their energy bills due to the electricity authority paying for the right to pollute. While the Electricity Regulatory Authority has approved

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Turkey decries EastMed project as unfeasible

Senior Turkish officials said the EastMed gas transport project is simply a pipedream doomed to fail as it excludes Turkey and violates international law. Turkish officials also argued the pipeline is not

Cyprus energy future depends on Ankara

By Cyril Widdershove Even though the international community is apprehensive about the regional power projections of Turkey’s president Erdogan, now threatening a possible maritime conflict after he signed an EEZ agreement with

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