Energy back on Cyprus agenda

A few years back, energy discoveries and prospects were considered a ‘game changer’, not just elevating Cyprus’ role in regional issues but also helping resolve the island’s division. The lack of progress


Turkish Cypriots eye EuroAsia plug-in

The construction launch of the EU-backed EuroAsia electricity interconnector has triggered fears among Turkish Cypriots that they are left solely dependent on its notoriously faulty grid. The Turkish Cypriot Energy Efficiency Association,


“We can weather the storm”

Cyprus launches milestone EU electricity highway   Europe is at the centre of an unfolding energy crisis and nearly ten years after the previous energy crisis, at the time prompted by Russia’s occupation


EuroAsia link ‘more compelling than ever’

Regional energy regulators meeting in Larnaca this week concluded that despite disruptions in the world energy markets, the prospects for the future of Cyprus and the wider eastern Mediterranean are promising. The

EuroAsia hiring engineers, key admin staff

EU-funded EuroAsia Interconnector is recruiting for key engineering and administration positions, offering a substantial pay and benefits package. The 2,000MW infrastructure, connecting the national electricity grids of Israel, Cyprus, and Greece, said

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