Bioelectric plant to be built in Cuban province of Ciego de Avila

HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) The foundation stone for the construction of a bioelectric plant in the central Cuban province of Ciego de Ávila, 423 kilometers from Havana, was laid last week.

According to Invasor newspaper, the work is one of the strategic objectives in Ciego de Ávila for a cleaner, more diverse and efficient production towards the change of Cuba’s energy matrix.

Carmen Taboada, vice president of the joint venture Biopower SA, said the plant will have an area of five hectares, two of them for the assembly of technological equipment and the rest destined for storage of the raw material and other functions.

“Our plant will use cane bagasse during the active time of the sugar factory and after the harvest we will use marabou plants as fuel,” Taboada stated.

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