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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 11-08-29

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <http://www.cyna.org.cy>


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  • [01] EAC - POWER - CAPACITY

  • [01] EAC - POWER - CAPACITY

    Electricity authority in Cyprus is likely not to proceed with power cuts on Monday, as a result of limited demand. Power capacity is also expected to be boosted with 60MW from the American generators which arrived last week in the framework of an agreement signed between the Electricity Authority of Cyprus and US company Energy International Ltd.

    Director of the Transmission System Operator (TSO) Christos Christodoulides told CNA that according to all the facts before us at this moment, there is going to be an adequacy in power and therefore it is unlikely to have any power cuts, unless we are faced with an unexpected damage.

    He added however that this would depend on the publics efforts to save energy. Christodoulides said that the fact that the temperature has slightly dropped, has also helped the situation. Furthermore, he said that demand is also limited because Vasiliko Cement Works Public Company has not yet started its operation after the summer holidays.

    This is one of the islands biggest industries which absorbs approximately 20MW daily.


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