Cuba receives three photovoltaic plants donated by China

This Friday, June 7, in “La Criolla”, Santo Domingo, in the province of Villa Clara, the official ceremony of handing over three photovoltaic parks to Cuba took place, journalist Bernardo Espinosa reported on his Facebook profile.

These facilities, donated by the Chinese Agency for International Cooperation and Development, represent a significant investment in the municipality of Villa Clara, as well as in Morón (Ciego de Ávila) and Miramar (Holguín). Together, these three parks generate 12 MW of energy and are synchronized to the National Electric System (SEN).

This milestone marks the beginning of an investment offensive aimed at adding 1,000 MW to the Cuban energy matrix, while seeking to reduce fuel consumption in electricity generation.

Among the attendees were the vice prime minister of the Republic, Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdés Menéndez, and the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China, Ma Hui, along with other leaders of the country, the province of Villa Clara and the Santo Domingo municipality. .