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Chinese and Cuban Companies Signed a Contract  to Sell the Island Six Air-Generators of 750 kilowatts
Chinese and Cuban companies signed a contract Friday to sell the Caribbean island six air-generators of 750 kilowatts each destined to the second Gibara eolian wind energy park.

Located in north Holguin, this site will have a 1,500-kilowatt power.

The document was inked during a ceremony at the Cuban embassy in Beijing, by Wu Gang, president of the Chinese Company GoldWind, and Lazaro Hernandez, trade director of the Cuban Company EnergoImport.

GoldWind Science and Technology Corporation, manufacturer of the top-technology equipment, is the leading company in China in this renewable energies sector, and controls about 34 percent of the domestic market.

This is the first time that GoldWin exports its production.

Cuban ambassador to China Carlos Miguel Pereira said at the end of the signing it is hoped the contract is for the long term to develop renewable energies.

The two governments signed a memorandum of understanding on December in the renewable energies sector and on savings in the traditional one, to multiply links and accords among companies and organizations from both countries.


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