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Power cuts depend on public.

THE public appears to have begun using less energy, said Director of Transmission System Operator, Christos Christodoulides yesterday.

"The most important thing is that the public seems to be responding to the calls to save energy," said Christodoulides adding that there should be no power cuts today unless something unexpected arises. However, it also depends on whether the public continues to save energy.

However, he also attributed the lack of power cuts to the fact that people have begun going on holiday.

The wind park in Paphos is also helping to alleviate the energy crisis by producing between 5 and 50MW, depending on the wind.

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Date:Aug 7, 2011
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