Cyprus Mail

Households hit by 40-minute power cut

Dhekelia power station

Households across Cyprus were left without power for almost 40 minutes shortly after noon on Saturday due to a malfunction at the Dhekelia power plant, according to Transmission System Operator Christos Christodoulides.

Speaking to the Cyprus News Agency, Christodoulides said that “at 12:45pm there was an unexpected and unpredictable malfunction at a unit in the Dhekelia power plant, which resulted in a disruption to the supply of electricity to consumers across Cyprus”.

“However, at around 1:24pm the supply to all consumers across Cyprus was restored,” he added.

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