Cyprus emissions and EAC faulty filters

While Cyprus is expected to pay more than €100 mln in fines for emissions released by its power plants, the Electricity Authority of Cyprus has come under scrutiny over failing filter systems

EAC confirms new electricity bills will burn

The Cyprus Electricity Authority’s pricing plans are ready to be approved by the Energy Regulator, with households expected to pay 25% more on their bills. EAC spokesperson Christina Papadopoulou told CNA on

Cyprus energy security at risk

Under commitments made to the European Union, the Electricity Authority (EAC) may have to pull the plug on six steam turbines at its Dhekelia power plant, reducing its ability to meet demand.

EAC €150 mln deal for nat gas power unit

Cyprus Electricity Authority announced a €150 mln deal with Greek firm Terna to construct a natural gas power generating unit at the Vasiliko plant. The authority said the “new, modern and efficient”

EAC to add 40 EV charging stations

The Electricity Authority of Cyprus plans to add another 40 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations by the end of the year, in addition to the 33 it already operates islandwide. A senior

EAC energy inefficiency

An article in the FT pointed out that in the UK, one recent study estimated that 54% of electricity supply is lost before power reaches the consumer because of the inadequacies of

/

EAC ready for mixed-energy era

The Electricity Authority of Cyprus is ready to cross the new energy era threshold, marked by the arrival of natural gas and the development of Renewable Energy Sources (RES), said EAC Chairman

Cyprus seeks to promote cleaner energy

The Cyprus Electricity Authority (EAC) has a very important role in market reform, contributing to the country’s sustainable economic growth using cleaner energy sources, said Energy Minister Natasa Pilides. During an online