Cyprus could generate 40% solar power by 2030

Cyprus has the potential to meet 40% of its energy demand through solar power by 2030, Director-General of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Francesco La Camera said. He told the Cyprus

EuroAsia cable will reduce power costs

EuroAsia Interconnector, the Israel-Cyprus-Greece electricity line with a capacity to carry more than the island needs, will significantly help reduce consumer bills and make the economy more competitive. With household bills soaring


Millions worth of cheap RES wasted

Approximately €8 mln worth of cheap energy produced by Renewable Energy Sources will be rejected by the island’s grid by the end of the year, as it cannot handle the excess load,

North goes dark, sabotage blamed

The Turkish-occupied north was left in the dark on Monday after suffering a general blackout, with Turkish Cypriot authorities screaming foul play, blaming workers at the electricity authority. As reported by news


Cyprus’ power grid in trouble

A lack of desire and disregard have left Cyprus consumers at the mercy of hiking energy prices while the country’s grid is on the verge of crisis, say environmentalists. While consumers struggle

Natural gas power plant green-lighted

A long-awaited private natural gas power plant, adding to Cyprus’ energy capacity and helping to reduce CO2 emissions, is expected to be greenlighted after long delays. Larnaca District Officer, Odysseas Hadjistefanou, said