Wind Power News: Cuba
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The Cuban state is interested in rapidly promoting the assimilation and expansion of electricity generated through making the most of wind strength, confirmed Manuel Menéndez Castellanos, head of the Wind Power Development Group on the island. During the 5th International Conference of Renewable Energy that took place in Havana, Castellanos mentioned that feasibility studies are being completed to allow the country to aim for superior levels in terms of the installation of wind-driven generators (turbines) in the future. According to . . . Complete story »