Who We Are

Living in a country where the sun shines almost all year long, photovoltaic systems in Cyprus is an easy and beneficial way to use Renewable Energy Sources and contribute towards environment protection.

We want to offer consumers the best photovoltaics in Cyprus, so that they can fully benefit from their investment and at the same time develop a sustainable life using Renewable Energy Sources. We specialize in commercial, Net-Metering, Net-Billing, solar streetlights and solar water pump photovoltaics in Cyprus.

Types of Photovoltaic Systems in Cyprus

We offer different types of photovoltaic systems. Cyprus is a country the sun rarely abandons and this is a great investment opportunity for individuals and businesses.

Net-Metering Systems

Net-Metering in Cyprus is a photovoltaic system that helps permanent residents of Cyprus to save on their electricity bills. The consumer chooses which system they wish to install on their roof or plot. Their photovoltaic system is connected to the EAC network and in this way the energy produced and the electricity consumed in the property are calculated. If the photovoltaic system produces more energy than the consumer uses, the excess will be stored in the EAC grid for the following month. However, if the consumption is more than the production, the EAC will do the calculations and bill the citizen with the appropriate amount.

The same applies for Virtual Net-Metering for people who cannot install a photovoltaic system at their place of residence. In this case, the solar panels are installed at a different location but the system works the same way as standard Net-Metering.

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Indicative Price Table

PV System
Cost (€)
Estimated Annual
Energy Production (kWh)
Annual Savings
(€) (0.3€/kWh)
Annual Fee
to EAC (€)
Net Annual
Profit (€)
Amortization Time
3kW4,8005,0001,5001601,3403 years
4kW5,7006,5001,9502161,7343 years
5kW6,5008,5002,5502702,2803 years
7kW9,20011,0003,3003782,9223 years
10kW10,80016,0004,8005404,2603 years


Net-Billing in Cyprus is mostly used by large consumers and particularly for commercial purposes. The maximum power of a Net-Billing photovoltaic system in Cyprus is 8 MW. It is an extremely beneficial scheme which helps people make a profit by generating and using Renewable Energy Sources.

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Commercial Photovoltaic Systems

Commercial photovoltaic systems in Cyprus are usually used by businesses for self-consumption. That is, the energy generated by the solar panels is solely used for the building where the panels are installed. Unlike in a Net-Metering system, there is no calculation of the excess energy produced and reduction of the respective amount from the consumer’s utility bill.

Self-generated solar systems are mostly used by shops, offices, factories, and businesses with high electric energy consumption in general.

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commercial photovoltaics

Solar Water Pumps

Solar pumps in Cyprus are pumps that work with the energy generated by solar panels.

Solar pump maintenance is very important to ensure that the system works as it should and that the water is clean. Solar water pumps can be used for swimming pool cleaning, swimming pool water recycling, extracting water from wells as well as for agricultural purposes such as watering crops and livestock. Also, solar water pumps are used for remote areas where easy access to water is not an option.

On a sunny day in Cyprus, the water pump can be generated directly from the photovoltaic panels and at other times the energy produced by the panels can be stored in a battery to be used when needed, for example when there is not much sun.

Solar pumping is very beneficial both financially and environmentally. It is a low-maintenance watering option that does not require fuel and fuel spills. It can be easily installed, and it can operate without human monitoring.

solar water pumps

Solar Streetlights

Street lighting using solar panels in Cyprus is an excellent green way to save energy. Solar streetlights are ideal for residential streets, parking lots, parks, highways, industrial areas and other applications. They increase visibility on the street which makes roads safer for drivers and pedestrians.

Solar lighting uses LED lights which are very beneficial. Solar street LED lights are water-resistant, cost-effective, and low maintenance. Moreover, their light attracts much fewer insects than regular streetlights. Solar LED streetlights in Cyprus have a longer lifespan and easier installation than common lights, hence the lower cost.

solar streetlight panel

Support Schemes
in Cyprus

The government of Cyprus, along with the RES and Energy Conservation Fund, offers support schemes for the installation of photovoltaic systems. This is because solar power is considered to be the future of energy and promoting the use of renewable energy sources is a priority. By giving the chance to more people who are concerned about the financial aspect to install a photovoltaic system, Cyprus can take advantage of the abundant sunshine it receives throughout the year while also meeting its national renewable energy obligations.

Find out more about the support schemes in Cyprus and see if you are eligible to receive a fund for the installation of a photovoltaic system.

Maintenance of Photovoltaics
in Cyprus

Regular maintenance that includes cleaning and inspection is important for the smooth operation of solar panels in Cyprus.
Cleaning the solar panels regularly helps them work better as it allows maximum sun absorption. An inspection from time to time is important to make sure that the photovoltaic system functions properly.

Our team offers maintenance services so that your photovoltaic panels in Cyprus always operate correctly. We monitor the numbers of our customers’ solar panels in Cyprus regularly, and we visit them for inspection for errors that may affect the operation and productivity of the photovoltaic systems.

maintainance of solar panels
Can photovoltaic systems in Cyprus only be installed on a roof?

Photovoltaic systems can be installed on flat and inclined roofs and on the ground. Our team can visit the place where you want the solar panels to be installed, evaluate the amount of space, sun exposure and possible shading and suggest the best place so that you make the most out of your photovoltaic panels in Cyprus.

Who is eligible for solar panels in Cyprus?

Anyone with Cyprus permanent residency is eligible for a photovoltaic system in Cyprus, given that the property they want the panels to be installed on is interconnected with the EAC network and it was built according to the regulations of the Department of Town Planning and Housing.

What is the maximum power of a Net-Metering photovoltaic system in Cyprus?

The maximum power of a Net-Metering photovoltaic system in Cyprus depends on the power supply of each building. The maximum power of a photovoltaic system with a 1-phase power supply is 4.16 kW and of a photovoltaic system with a 3-phase power supply is 10.4 kW.

What is the power of a Net-Billing photovoltaic system in Cyprus?

The power of a Net-Billing photovoltaic system in Cyprus must range between 10 kW – 8.000 kW.

Do solar panels only work on sunny days?

Solar panels in Cyprus do absorb more sunlight and generate more electricity on sunny days. However, this does not mean that they do not work if the sun isn’t visible to us. The panels do not need direct sunlight to perform. They work on days with bad weather too.

When will I start making a profit out of my photovoltaic system?

This depends on which system you choose, the electricity you consume and, of course, electricity prices from time to time. However, the approximate time period within which customers are expected to start making a profit is approximately 4 years.

Are solar panels only used for residential properties?

Solar panels in Cyprus are used for residential, industrial and commercial properties. Other than home use, many businesses install photovoltaic panels in Cyprus for self-consumption. That is, they use the energy the photovoltaic system generates directly, but cannot store any excess energy for following months.

Installing Solar Panels in Cyprus

Benefits of photovoltaic systems in Cyprus.

  • No noise during solar power production.
  • An eco-friendly way of producing electricity.
  • In Cyprus, the sun shines almost all year long.
  • You can get deductions on your electricity bill.
  • Photovoltaics in Cyprus can increase the value of a property.
  • Photovoltaic panels in Cyprus require minimum maintenance.
  • The lifespan of photovoltaic panels in Cyprus can reach 25 years.
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Incorporating Photovoltaic Systems into Cyprus’s Hospitality Industry

Cyprus, the island in the Mediterranean Sea is known for the vibrant hospitality industry, the stunning resorts, and the place perfect for relaxation for the people who are looking for a getaway under the warm sun. Cyprus is also an island that embraces sustainable practices and sectors around renewable energy to reduce the environmental footprint.  In this blog post you can learn more information about incorporating photovoltaic systems into Cyprus’s hospitality industry.

Solar-Powered Cooling Solutions: Beating the Heat in Cyprus with Photovoltaics

Cyprus is an island known for its hot summers making it the perfect place to find the best sustainable ways to beat the relentless heat. Solar-powered cooling solutions are the solution to rising temperatures and the pressing need for energy efficiency technologies, the photovoltaics systems are emerging and transforming how we stay cool on this Mediterranean island. In this blog post, you can learn more information about beating the heat in Cyprus with photovoltaics.

Extension of the ‘Grant Scheme for the Encouragement of the Use of RES and Energy Savings in Dwellings 2022-2023’

During its latest session on Wednesday, December 20, 2023, the Council of Ministers approved an increase in the grant amount for the installation of a photovoltaic system in the residences of vulnerable electricity consumers. This pertains to CATEGORY 3B of the ‘Grant Scheme for the Encouragement of the Use of RES and Energy Savings in Dwellings 2022-2023’.