The director of Renewable Energy of MINEM, Rossel Guerra, told the press that a specific objective of the meeting is for Cuban specialists to acquire the experience of other geographical regions and update their knowledge in order to build modern plants in Cuba, maintain and operate those technologies.
Together with this, it will support the implementation of the Policy for the Perspective Development of Renewable Sources and the Efficient Use of Energy for the 2014-2030 period, approved in 2014, which has among its guidelines to transform the structure of energy sources, decrease dependence on fossil fuels and raise environmental sustainability, he said.
At the fair, new business opportunities will also be announced, professional exhibitions will be held, training workshops, conferences and an investment forum, in addition, which brings together more than 76 exhibitors, and 38 companies, of which 16 are from Belgium, China, Spain, Italy, United Kingdom, Virgin Islands, and Saint Kitts and Nevis.
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