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Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby cpjay » Wed Jul 13, 2011 1:50 pm

Here is a link published by ATHK, for the scheduled power cuts for all the regions in Cyprus. Thing is, I don't think it really works, but.. u know, that's what we've got so far..

http://www.dsm.org.cy/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=3356&tt=graphic&lang=l1
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Re: Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby cpjay » Wed Jul 13, 2011 1:55 pm

Sorry, forgot to mention, it's in GREEK!
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Re: Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby supporttheunderdog » Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:27 pm

and it is already out of date......
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Re: Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby Cap » Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:31 pm

Where can we get tomorrows schedule?
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Re: Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby Sotos » Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:51 pm

If there will be a schedule then it will be posted here: http://www.dsm.org.cy/ I am guessing that they will maintain the same schedule every day until their capacity increases. Hopefully in 10 days or so there will be no more power cuts. Israel is sending some generators that will give about 10MW of power and soon after generators for about 120MW should arrive from Greece.
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Re: Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby Cap » Wed Jul 13, 2011 8:08 pm

Sotos wrote:If there will be a schedule then it will be posted here: http://www.dsm.org.cy/ I am guessing that they will maintain the same schedule every day until their capacity increases. Hopefully in 10 days or so there will be no more power cuts. Israel is sending some generators that will give about 10MW of power and soon after generators for about 120MW should arrive from Greece.


The Israelis have sent 10
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Re: Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby bill cobbett » Wed Jul 13, 2011 8:19 pm

Phoned a reli today in CY and offered to send him 2-3 gennies, ... so can we add about 7.5kva to the offers of foreign help please?
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Re: Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby cpjay » Thu Jul 14, 2011 2:04 am

Actually, yeah it IS outdated. Dekelia is going too... umm, they will come up with a new plan tomorrow, so they say!

Soto, 10 days? ... no offence, but in my 15 yrs in CY, 10 days??......
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Re: Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby Sotos » Thu Jul 14, 2011 6:14 am

I think EAC is a good organization. How often did you have electricity problems in Cyprus? Given the size of the disaster for EAC they are doing great. I think in 10 days - 2 weeks problems will be much less. Don't forget that in August demand will also be less because many factories close and many Cypriots go abroad for holidays.
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Re: Power cut schedule by ATHK

Postby Svetlana » Thu Jul 14, 2011 8:09 am

Sotos wrote:I think EAC is a good organization. How often did you have electricity problems in Cyprus? Given the size of the disaster for EAC they are doing great. I think in 10 days - 2 weeks problems will be much less. Don't forget that in August demand will also be less because many factories close and many Cypriots go abroad for holidays.



I think EAK do a pretty good job, given the terrain of Cyprus and the use of pole supported cabling rather than underground cabling, which is much more immune to problems.
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