New 240 MW Turkish floating power plant arrives in Havana Bay

Cuba's Ministry of Energy and Mines informed today through social networks about the arrival in Havana Bay of a new Turkish floating power plant of 240 megawatts (MW), to support the generation of electricity in the country. 

As reported in its Twitter account by the Ministry of Energy and Mines, the new patana will join seven others already operating on the Island and will contribute 240 MW to the national electro-energy system, once synchronized.

These types of vessels with energy technology allow the maintenance of other thermoelectric power plants, contribute to increase the national reserve and substitute the use of diesel, one of the most expensive fuels in generation. Therefore, the plant will reinforce the capacities of the national electricity system, which, although it is in a better situation than in previous months, still suffers from many tensions.

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