Monday, September 23, 2019
Havana.- The use of renewable energy sources gains prominence in the Cuban economy, with a view to meeting the needs of the population.
In the case of the eastern province of Camagüey, about 2,000 families received modules of solar panels that can generate up to 250 watts to each house.
The devices are composed of two batteries that maintain their charge for 14 hours, and its use seeks to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
In the province, there are also four solar photovoltaic parks that contribute 38 megawatts a day to the National Power System (SEN).
According to sources from the sector, there are currently 67 photovoltaic solar parks in Cuba, and three others are being built in the Mariel area, in the western part of the country.