The EuroAsia and EuroAfrica Interconnector projects should know about EU funding by the end of the year or beginning of 2022, Energy Minister Natasa Pilides said on Friday. Speaking at the 12th
The ministers of energy and electricity of Cyprus and Egypt will sign a memorandum of understanding on Saturday to fast-track the construction of the EuroAfrica Interconnector, boosting exports from Cairo to Europe.
Egypt, Cyprus, and Greece are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for cooperation on the 2,000MW electricity cable linking their power grids to ensure energy security. According to Cyprus Energy
The US State Department supports the EuroAsia electricity cable linking Israel and Cyprus’ grids to Europe as a ‘cost effective’ flexible platform to transport clean energy and renewable sources. Washington’s show of
Cyprus, Israel, and Greece on Monday signed a trilateral accord paving the way for constructing a €2.5 billion electricity cable linking their power grids to Europe and Asia. A Memorandum of Understanding
Cyprus, Israel, and Greece will sign the long-awaited trilateral agreement on Monday, seen as the final step before construction begins on the €2.5 bln EuroAsia Interconnector electricity cable. The wording of the
Cyprus and Greece are to sign a memorandum of understanding to intensify efforts to promote the 2,000 MW EuroAfrica Interconnector electricity cable linking Egypt’s power grid to Europe, via Cyprus and Crete.
The EuroAsia Interconnector electricity cable, investing in research and innovation in energy storage are two key factors that will help Cyprus achieve its climate targets of emission reduction. This is what Energy
EuroAfrica Interconnector, developer of the 498km Egypt-Cyprus ‘electricity highway’, is a step closer to implementation and keeping its December 2023 timeframe, after receiving binding bids from two leading global cable suppliers for
A month after completing all licensing procedures in Cyprus for the EuroAsia Interconnector subsea electricity cable, licenses for the second ‘electricity highway’, the EuroAfrica Interconnector have been issued. Daily Phileleftheros reported that