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  • 03 / 11 / 2015

The Basic Electric Organization (OBE) in the province of Santiago de Cuba, is working on the modernization and restructuring of its services, and to complete the electrification of communities in the Turquino Plan.

Jorge Prada, chief investment officer of the OBE in the territory, referred to the ambitious program that drives the country to attend, too, with alternative energy to the most remote and isolated houses the National Electric System (SEN) in the shortest time possible .

In this regard said that six communities in the Plan Turquino get the support this year and eliminated 74 clotheslines in these areas to improve the living conditions of farmers and in the mountains, one of the challenges of this eastern region.

In the first half of 2015 the service will be installed in the People's Council María del Pilar, El Escandel and other intricate Baconao, in the county seat, while in August starting at the mountain towns of Second Front, Guama and Songo-La Maya.

Priority is also given to works that are constructed and put into operation for 500 years this town founded in July next, for which they have the support of workers of the nine municipalities of Santiago sector.

The air rushes for prestressed historic lines along the walls are replaced, which are high strength, grouped or rolled and excellence in edificaciuones use of seismic zones and against detonations.

So far were completed populous Enramadas the street where it was possible to remove floating wallcreeper cables deslucían environment.

Other works include modern underground systems in various items of work in progress, actions in public lighting of the main avenues and restructuring of existing for which are resources in the province.

Juan Gualberto Gómez-Flor Crombet Avenue is being built in the city of Santiago de Cuba, also the anniversary 62 of the assault on the Moncada Barracks, linking the Plaza Major General Antonio Maceo Revolution with Santa Ifigenia cemetery.

This road, nearly three miles long, leads all lighting with LED technology lamps are modern designs, more durable, less power consumption and underground lines, benefit that also extends to more than 250 homes rehabilitated.

Arranged for the first half of the current year are the Plaza de Ferreiro, already completed, the Imperial Hotel, Paseo Martí, Avenida Las Americas, and Dream Park, a large recreational complex.

Source: AIN

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