Cuba Generated More Electricity with Less Fuel

0 Havana, Feb 3. – The National Electrical Union of Cuba (UNE) reported that in 2011, the country generated more electricity with less fuel, and developed a comprehensive plan for rehabilitation and maintenance. In statements to Granma newspaper, Investment Director Norge Luis Morales noted that UNE will continue its strategy based on control and efficiency this year. If facilities are

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Cuba Defends Renewable Energy

0 Havana, Jun 2. -In 2010, facilities using renewable energy technologies to produce electricity in Cuba contributed 570.4 gigawatts per hour, or electricity for 13 days, according to the Ministry of Basic Industry. This contributed to save 146,513 tons of oil, said Deputy Minister of Basic Industry Manuel Presa Sague in his lecture during the opening session of the 7th

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U.S People Support Moratorium on Nuclear Stations

0 Washington, Mar 23. -Most U.S citizens would support a moratorium on building nuclear power plants to generate electricity, after the events in Japan, according to opinion surveys. The United States has the largest number of nuclear power stations on the planet, 104 plants that generate 20 percent of the electricity. Independent Senator Joseph Lieberman recently called for a moratorium

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