A deal to supply electricity to the north has been extended until February 15, the power company (EAC) announced on Tuesday.
Spokeswoman Christina Papadopoulou said the deal is between the EAC and an individual linked with the Turkish Cypriot power company.
The EAC has been providing power to the Turkish Cypriots since the beginning of the year.
The two sides had helped each other in the past but the links were later disconnected as there was no protection from overloads.
The decision to link the two grids on a permanent basis was taken in May as part of a series of measures to build confidence between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities.