Cuba receives donation of photovoltaic power system from China

China has donated 5,000 solar photovoltaic power system to the Republic of Cuba. The supplies delivery ceremony was held in Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province.

Cuba: China has donated 5,000 solar photovoltaic power system to the Republic of Cuba. The supplies delivery ceremony was held in Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province.

These power systems would be provided to the Cuban families who live in rugged terrain.

During the South Cooperation on climate change event between China and Cuba, one of the Chinese officials stated, “Multilateralism and global cooperation are the only choices to cope with climate change. China has constantly attached great importance to tackling climate change, implemented national strategies to reply to climate issues, and tried its best to help developing countries to better their performance in dealing with the climate change.”

The official further added that Cuba was the first nation in Latin America who established diplomatic relations with China, and both the nations have shared good and bad times and have a relation of Brothers.

He added that deepening cooperation between the two nations on climate change would benefit both nationalities.

On the donation of power systems by China, Denisse Llamos Infante – consul general of Cuba in Guangzhou, asserted that “This batch of solar photovoltaic power systems from China would greatly improve the life quality of Cuban families and ability of Cuba to cope with the climate issues.”

Infante further expressed her gratefulness for the efforts and contributions of China in dealing with the climate change and hoped China and Cuba would continue to work together in environmental protection and climate change area and to promote further bilateral cooperation in related domains.

Both the nations have signed and renewed the cooperation documents in the end of 2019. China then promised to give – 5,000 solar photovoltaic power systems to Cuban houses and 25,000 LED lamps to stop electricity problems for families in isolated rural areas and to help the nation upgrade its ability to deal with the climate change.