Home Page >> North Cyprus 6 November 2019, Wednesday 12:10

Private Electricity company AKSA should be kicked out of the country says Chairman Ozkirac

Private Electricity company AKSA should be kicked out of the country says Chairman Ozkirac

The Chairman of Electricity Board Union Kubilay Ozkirac told in a TV program on Kibris Postasi TV that the delay of coalition government to purchase four jenerators directly serves to the benefit of private electricty company AKSA.

Paylaş  
0
0
0
0

The Chairman of Electricity Board Union Kubilay Ozkirac told in a TV program on Kibris Postasi TV that the delay of coalition government to purchase four jenerators directly serves to the benefit of private electricty company AKSA.

Pointing out to the agreed tender for the purchase of the jenerators, Chairman Ozkirac said that there is a need to focus on the required investments on electricity.

There is an urgent need to focus on the required investments on electricity sector. The investments hold importance in regards to be able to kick AKSA out of this country in 2023. Additional 60 megawatt invesetment will provide enourmous advantages Chairman Ozkirac argued.

Replying the question related with Minister of Economy and Energy Hasan Tacoys recent remarks on finalizing the debts of Turkish Cypriot Electricity Authority (Kib-Tek) in 2020, Chairman Ozkirac said that preventing irregularities and extravagancies within the institution have played a key role in increasing the revenues of Kib-Tek.

banner

Show Your Response
0
 
0
 
0
 
0
 
0
 
0
 
0
 

banner

Facebook yorum
COMMENTS
0
WAITING FOR PERMISSION
0
Rain to replace heatwave
image The scorching heat wave that has brought unusually high temperatures for this time of the year is expected to subside as of today making way to rain, the TRNC Meteorology Department announced on Thursday.
Another step taken on easing Covid Restrictions
image The government continues to lift or ease more restrictions in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
PM gives orders on opening crossing points
image Prime Minister Ersin Tatar on Wednesday said they were ready for the health ministries of the two sides to work together for the reopening of the crossing points.