Electricity market liberalization and private sector development of solar and energy storage in Cyprus continue to be delayed. pv magazine’s Ilias Tsagas looks at why independent power producers are frustrated by electricity curtailment and a lack of market reform.
The 3 MW Tseri PV project was completed in 2014. Cypriot energy regulator the EAC has licensed 1.9 GW of new projects to be built but there are doubts as to whether many can be constructed due to network congestion and regulatory issues.
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