The Construction and Assembly Company of Las Tunas continues working in the casting of the bases of La Herradura 1 wind farm that rises on the north coast of the province.
The Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdés Menéndez, member of the Political Bureau of the Cuban Communist Party and vice-president of the Councils of State and Ministers, verified the march of the construction works in Herradura 1 wind farm, located on the north coast of Las Tunas.
The bases for the installation of wind turbines of the most powerful wind farm complex in Cuba began to be built in La Herradura, in the north of Las Tunas, where some components of the clean energy generation technology are already close to this place.
Defining the characteristics of the terrain, finding the most suitable wind turbine models, and ensuring hurricane resistance are just some of the challenges the island faces in generating wind energy
Cuba is committed to the development of renewable energy sources, such as wind, in order to achieve the change in its energy matrix.
Workers from Carúpano port unload since Thursday afternoon the first pieces of wind turbines that will be installed in the two wind farms of La Herradura.
The casting of the first leveling seals in two of the seven wind turbine bases, which have been open to date at La Herradura 1 and 2 wind farms, was touched on the ground by the member of the Politburo 0f the Cuban Communist Party and vice president of councils of State and Ministers, Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdés Menéndez.
The wind turbines have not been raised yet for the production of clean energy but the landscape of La Herradura, where the two largest wind farms of Cuba are being constructed, is already changing.
The investment plan of the Provincial Power Company of Las Tunas rises to more than 100 million 600 thousand pesos this year, much of that figure is destined to the development of renewable energy sources.
Commander of the Revolution Ramiro Valdés Menéndez, member of the Politburo of the Cuban Communist Party and vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers made a detailed check up to the works of the La Herradura 1 and La Herradura 2 wind farms.