Cuba Generates More Power
The start up of new groups of power generators in Havana have boosted the energy revolution the island nation is pushing through in search of higher efficiency, energy saving and achieving territorial generation self-suffiency from the national power system.
Experts from the Basic Industry Ministry said the installation of this equipment in Havana makes it the country’s second province after Pinar del Rio with a system that will guarantee best electricity services.
The tasks are part of the Energy Revolution already being extending to Matanzas and Holguin provinces; with the projected goal of having no more power cuts from May 1 on, thus avoiding interruptions in the production of goods and services.
By the planned date, the country is expected to generate one million kilowatts hourly, with another one million kilowatts every hour resulting from energy saving in the state and housing sectors.
The 4,158 generators Cuba acquired -over 3,000 are already in the country- will guarantee a stable power service, thus solving the problems caused by an obsolete, wasteful system.