Cuba explores foreign investment to boost renewables

Cuba is exploring the construction of seven new wind farms with foreign direct investment "in the medium term" in order to maximize its use of renewable energy sources, according to a local news agency.

The island has set a 2030 target of generating 24 per cent of the energy consumed in the country from renewable sources. Its power projects are aimed at increasing the use of solar, hydropower, wind and biomass.


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