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Solar powered energy to be used in North Cyprus hotel


Solar powered energy to be used in North Cyprus hotel

Modern technologies are applied in Northern Cyprus to create economical and environmentally friendly atmosphere. Denizkızı hotel that enjoys high demand from local and foreign holiday makers, is changing its electrical systems for solar power. Hotel’s swimming pool, 25x12.5 meters, is already running on solar energy. The project, which is worth 40,000 Euros is expected to pay off within three years of use. The system is working 24 hours, and is the most economical in Cyprus and in other countries of the Mediterranean. The next part of the work, the translation of the entire hotel to run on solar energy, should be completed by the end of this year. The hotel owner, Mr. Ahmet Aydeniz, commented: "The cost of electricity in TRNC is rising in price, and this has led us to make this decision. But we also take a responsible approach. We believe that the hotel, which is environmentally friendly, will become more attractive to tourists. "

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26.07.2013

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