The investment plans are the largest yet by a foreign group amid Cuba’s ambitious drive to obtain 24 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030.
Could a U.S. call for grant proposals support Cuban entrepreneurship and foster bilateral research? Perhaps, say experts.
Argelia Balboa Monzón, senior advisor for renewable energies with Cuba’s Ministry of Energy and Mines, gives her take on Cuba’s renewable energy future.
Cuba is making a push for investment in its oil, nickel, and sustainable energy industries. Cuba Trade breaks down the prospects for each sector.
Construction is getting underway for Cuba’s first joint venture in renewable bio-energy… fuel from sugar
With limited oil production, Cuba nation looks to renewable sources to energize its grid.