Cuba has achieved full electrification this year, an important step for economic and social development.
Currently the country has a generation capacity of 5,881 megawatts, 14 times the delivery made when the Cuban Revolution triumphed at the beginning of 1959.
56 photovoltaic parks have been constructed throughout the country, in addition to other plans related to renewable energy sources. At present however Cuba produces only 4 percent of its electricity from clean energy sources, but the government plans to increase this figure to 24 percent by 2030.
The last areas without power, with 16,614 homes, have got electricity from photovoltaic panels installed in April