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Ciro Redondo Power Plant to Open in January

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Cuba’s first biomass power plant connected to the Ciro Redondo Sugar Mill in the province of Ciego de Avila, is set to open this January. The power plant is located approximately 430 kilometers east of Havana. Groundbreaking ceremonies and construction of the ... More »

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Solar Energy Project Receives Funding from OPEC

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This week, OFID.org delivered an announcement of funding from the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) for a Solar Energy Development Project in eastern Cuba. The Director-General of OFID (The OPEC Fund for International Development) Suleiman J Al-He... More »

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Power Machines Russia to Upgrade Sugar Mills in Cuba

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The Russian company Power Machines will begin upgrading the sugar mills of Cuba next year, Export Sales Director Yuri Kolesnikov told the TASS News Agency yesterday.  Power Machines is one of the top ten global leaders in the supply of power  turbines and auxi... More »

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Biopower SA Begins Construction

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Construction will begin in the next few weeks at the Ciro Redondo Sugar Mill in Ciego de Avila province.  It is the largest Cuban bio-electric project with foreign investment for clean energy production.  When completed, the plant will contribute 62 megawatt h... More »

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AZCUBA and the Co-generation of Electricity Program

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The generation of electricity from renewable sources of energy, in particular sugar cane biomass, is today a strategic priority for Cuba and is part of the Cuba green energy development program. Sugar cane, an energy crop, is the main raw material of the AZCUB... More »

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The Cuban Renewable Energy Strategy

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On December 14, 2016 representatives from the US and Cuba met in Washington, DC to discuss clean energy initiatives in yet another show of their desire to normalize diplomatic and trade relations. This development was the culmination of carefully orchestrated ... More »

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