The first photovoltaic power station built in Sancti Spiritus has already started generating power and was synchronized to the National Power System, which paves the way for the use of this renewable energy source on a wider scale in the territory.
Electrical branch investor Gonzalo Gonzalez Cristiá told Escambray that the facility, sited in the local municipality of La Sierpe, can generate 5.5 MWh average per day, which would mean about 2 000 MWh in one year, equivalent to the power consumed monthly by 836 houses.
The possible recognition in Buenos Aires of the Operation Condor as a criminal association of dictatorships in Latin America generates interest in the press and socio-political media »
Representatives from 13 countries have agreed to take part in the Jose Barrientos In Memoriam Athletics Tournament, which started today at the Pan American Stadium, according to local newspaper Granma. »
Several ministerial delegations from Cuba will visit the US in official visits soon, said Cuban Ambassador to Washington Jose Ramon Cabañas Thursday »
Diaz-Canel and his accompanying delegation are on their first official visit to Moscow to review the state of relations between Russia and Cuba, which is considered to be excellent »
President Raul Castro met Kim Yong Chol, member of the Political Bureau of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) and special envoy of the leader of that organization, it was reported today in Havana »
Cuba has made the necessary preparations to ensure the success of the Seventh Summit of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), to be held in June 2-4, in Havana »
President Nicolas Maduro met Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodriguez, who is concluding a two-day visit to the South American nation today »
Aniceto Valdivia y Sisay de Andrade (Count Kostia) was one of the most interesting personalities of the Cuban cultural life during the last decades of the XIX and XX centuries »
Thousand residents of Sancti Spiritus marched this 1st of May to commemorate the International Workers’ Day »
502-year-old Sancti Spiritus is becoming more attractive for tourists, who now prefer to stay longer so as to go sightseeing the many wonderful sites we’ve got over here »