​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​RES Systems can be separated into the categories below:

1. RES Systems for own consumption

1.1 Net Billing

1.2 Net Metering

1.3 Net Metering in Public School Buildings

1.4 Virtual Net Metering

​1.5 Electrical Vehicle Charge
1.6 Virtual Net Billing


2. RES Systems in the traditional regulation framework of the electricity company

3RES Systems concluding towards the competitive electricity market

4. RES Systems which are not within Support Schemes

***Please note the information below is only available in Greek***

​4.1 Nicosia - Keryneia - Morfou District Office - RES Applications list with accepted preliminary terms
RES Systems Table Nicosia - Keryneia - Morfou
​4.2 Famagusta - Larnaca District Office - RES Applications list with accepted preliminary terms
RES Systems Table Famagusta - Larnaca
​4.3 Limassol District Office - RES Applications list with accepted preliminary terms
​RES Systems Table Limassol
​4.4 Pafos District Office - RES Applications list with accepted preliminary terms
RES Systems Table Pafos


Further information regarding the application management, the operation and integration of RES power generation systems on EAC's Distribution and Transmission ​electrical network can be found in the following documents​:​

Management of applications, penetration and operation of Renewable Energy Systems in the Distribution and Transmission Grid of the Electricity Authority of Cyprus

***Please note the information below is only available in Greek***
Update-​ Modifying Technical Guides


At the table below you will find documentation and further information regarding every RES System category. 
***Please note the information below is only available in Greek***


RES Systems

Documentation & Information

​1. RES Systems for own consumption

​1.1 Net Billing​



​1.2 Net Metering


​1.3 Net Metering in Public School Buildings


​1.4 Virtual Net Metering


​​1.5 Electric Vehicle Charge


​1.6 Virtual Net Billing​
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2. RES Systems in the traditional regulation framework of the electricity company

3. RES Systems concluding towards the competitive electricity market

4. RES Systems which are not within Support Schemes


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