Some people are talking of possible power cuts in Cuba next 2016. Therefore, the Holguin province branch of the country's Electricity Company briefs the people on such a sense.
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"We know there'll be adjustments in the plan of the Provincial Administration Council for 2016. The street lights will be the main hit ones, but we still don't know to what extent it will be," said Julio Cesar Reyes, the director of the Distribution Dept. there.
Along 2015, they have worked in several indicators aimed at gradually improving the quality of electricity services. "We've had less power cuts than expected; and since September on we've achieved more stability. We've replaced more than one thousand pylons, 800 new connections to houses and put an end to about 300 low voltage areas," Reyes said.
As on electrification, Hector Lugo Graña, the general manager of the Holguin province branch of the country's Electricity Company, explained that out of the 27 settlements in plan, 21 ones are already electrified, as they will continue on working on such a field.
"The priority is given to development projects in Mayari and Moa, as well as in areas of tourism, agriculture and defence zones," Lugo Graña said.
The manager also said that once they get to know the 2016 plan they will take measures to lessen the inconveniences. / Ahora - Translated by Radio Angulo.