China invests in renewable energy in Cuba

On April 1, 2021, the Cuban News Agency (ACN) reported that the use of renewable energy sources in Cuba during 2020 reached and installed power potential of 297,4 Megawatts, which is expected to increase in tune with a national energy strategy aimed at diversifying energy sources. Cuba began investing in renewable energy in 2014 and is ramping up its efforts in a push to make renewables its principal source of electricity by 2030. According to Xinhua News (2019-05-18), China is one of the leading investors in Cuba’s renewable energy program. Cuba joined China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in 2019, hoping it … Continue reading China invests in renewable energy in Cuba