Companies category powered by

Nicosia General Hospital to get its own photovoltaic park

The State Health Services Organisation (SHSO) announced the construction of a photovoltaic park at the country’s largest general hospital in Nicosia.

The move is part of its environmental policy and the aim is to protect the environment with the use of renewable energy sources in its infrastructure.

In a press release, the SHSO said it has awarded a contract to Trikkis Energy Ltd for the construction of a photovoltaic park in the parking area west of Nicosia General Hospital, with a capacity of 1.3 MWp and a total cost of €1.8m + VAT.

As an extra perk, the photovoltaic panels will be positioned so as to provide shading for the parked vehicles. The project, which falls under the Recovery and Resilience Plan, is expected to be completed in the next eight months and upon acceptance, the contractor will be responsible for its maintenance for a period of 24 months.

Read More

Services turnover value up in three sectors in Q3 2023
Cyprus aims to enhance economic cooperation with the US, President says (pics)
US entrepreneurs learn about Cyprus’ untapped business potential (pics)
Get ready for 'The Most Paradoxical Magical Festive Season' at Paradox Museum Limassol
CUT and Thammasat University sign cooperation agreement
Fiscal Council calls upon government to maintain debt-deficit trend, starting with 2025 budget
Cyprus participates in largest food and beverage exhibition in Austria
3 years Capacitor Partners: Expanding into new markets and service lines
Stella Kammitsi: Trusts are not limited to the rich and famous
UNIC mobile clinic and ‘Cy checkpoint’ partner for free HIV/syphilis screening in Nicosia