• TOYO TIRES | BJ Baldwin’s Recoil 4 in Cuba

    BJ Baldwin's 850-horsepower trophy truck rips through the streets of Havana, Cuba for the most epic drive the car-crazy country has every witnessed. Recoil 4 is a seven-minute thrill ride through the streets of Havana that includes a collection of never-before seen stunts including a soaring 191-foot flight that registers as the biggest residential jump ever landed by a trophy truck. While Hollywood requires green screens to pull off jaw-dropping stunts, BJ and the crew just need his truck, a couple of Cuban cigars and the streets to blow the minds of locals and viewers at home alike. #Recoil4 | #TOYOTIRES | BJ Baldwin’s Recoil 4 in Cuba SOCIAL MEDIA: INSTAGRAM: @TOYOTIRES SNAP CHAT: @TOYO_TIRES TWITTER: @TOYOTIRES FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TOYOTIRES WEBSITE: www.toyotires.com

    published: 28 Mar 2017
  • Positive China - China & Cuba cooperate in developing renewable energy 26/09/2016

    China is helping Cuba achieve its renewable energy production target of 24 percent of the total energy mix by 2030, from a current rate of just 4 percent – and with ample of sun, sugar and wind farms, the prospect of the Caribbean nation island’s plan is looking bright.

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • Cuba : Millions of Sugar Cane for Free Energy 2017

    Original title : Lack of cash clouds Cuba's green energy outlook - RESENDING FULL SCRIPT Cuba, battling a chronic energy deficit, has all the sunshine, wind and sugar to fuel what should be a booming renewables sector - if only it could find the money. SHOWS: CIEGO DE AVILA, CUBA (RECENT) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. GENERAL VIEW OF TRAIN WAGONS TRANSPORTING LOADS OF SUGAR CANE / BUILDINGS OF SUGAR PLANT "CIRO REDONDO" IN BACKGROUND 2. WAGONS TRANSPORTING LOADS OF SUGAR CANE 3. WORKERS SUPERVISING WORK 4. SUGAR CANE MILL WORKING 5. TRACTOR AT SUGAR CANE PLANT 6. WORKERS AT PLANT PROCESSING SUGAR CANE RESIDUES 7. TRACTOR AT SUGAR CANE MILL 8. (SOUNDBITE) (English) BIOPOWER PRESIDENT, ANDREW MACDONALD, SAYING: "Probably the most challenging thing we've had to deal with in the last si...

    published: 02 Apr 2017
  • Students in Cuba talk about Renewable Energy

    In this short clip, we see middle school students doing a play about solar, wind and hydro power as renewable energy sources. We also see high school students explaining these technologies with more sophistication. Most of the audio is in Spanish.

    published: 20 May 2012
  • Energy Expert Discusses Future of Sustainability in Cuba and the Americas

    Former Chevron Corporation executive Silvia Garrigo shared insights on the future of environmental sustainability, renewable energy and what the death of Fidel Castro will mean for business in Cuba with students in the College of Business’ international business and strategy program. Learn more: https://biznews.fiu.edu/2016/12/oil-production-in-cuba-and-a-pristine-ecosystem/

    published: 02 Dec 2016
  • Bringing energy to Cuba

    Solar energy is improving the standard of living for many in the rural villages of Cuba. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.

    published: 13 Oct 2009
  • Cuba introduces electricity rationing to avoid blackouts

    Cuba’s President Raul Castro has warned the nation of hard times ahead as the island faces shortages of fuel and energy supplies as well as a cash crunch which will affect imports and investments. The government has decided to ration energy to state business in order to avoid domestic blackouts. CCTV America's Michael Voss has more from Havana.

    published: 13 Jul 2016
  • Energy Consumption in Cuba

    Energy Consumption in Cuba describe the uses and production of energy in Cuba

    published: 08 Jun 2016
  • Cuba: Energy Education

    Earth Island: Energy and Community - This is a clip from a film that Faith Morgan, the creator of The Power of Community and her team are working on.

    published: 08 Jul 2014
  • Cuba Libre (Remix) - Modern Rocketry ft. Jolo | 80s Club Mixes | 80s Club Music | 80s Nrg Classics

    FB Page https://www.facebook.com/80sMusicRemixes Latest Blog Posts http://80smusicremixes.blogspot.co.uk Cuba Libre (Remix) (1985) (7'07) - Modern Rocketry ft. Jolo. Produced and Written by Ken Kessie and Morey Goldstein. Remixed by Marty Blecman, Ken Kessie and Morey Goldstein. (P) & (C) 1985 Megatone Records. All rights reserved. Used by kind permission. Thank You! FB Page https://www.facebook.com/80sMusicRemixes Latest Blog Posts http://80smusicremixes.blogspot.co.uk

    published: 21 Feb 2014
  • Cuba warns of energy problems

    (6 Jul 2016) Cubans face tough times in the energy sector in the coming months, official media have warned, amid orders from authorities to implement power-saving measures and some state-run entities reducing hours of operation. Speaking to members of parliament, Marino Murillo, Cuba's vice president in charge of economic matters, said on Monday that the country has been hurt by liquidity problems due to factors including falling prices for nickel, a key export; missed production targets in the sugar industry; and other unspecified sectors. Numerous Cubans who work for the government say they are being told to go home early to save energy. There have been rampant rumors and concerns about belt-tightening on the streets of the capital recently, fed by sporadic power outages and a lack o...

    published: 16 Nov 2016
  • Erb Cool Project in Cuba - Renewable Energy

    This video highlights the experience of an Erb student who was granted funding to travel to Cuba to better understand the renewable energy landscape in an economy in transition.

    published: 06 Jun 2017
  • BJ Baldwin’s Recoil / Dj Tiesto - Music 2017

    TOYO TIRES | BJ Baldwin’s Recoil / Mix Video - Monster Energy

    published: 14 Apr 2017
  • Cuba opens first solar farm that doubles the country's capacity for solar power

    AP TELEVISION 1. Mid of solar panels 2. Pull out of solar panel park with thousands of photovoltaic cells 3. Close of sun reflecting on solar panel 4. Wide of solar panel park with electrical posts on background 5. Set up of Ovel Concepcion, director with Hidroenergia, the state-run company tasked with building the solar park 6. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ovel Concepcion, Hidroenergia director "This park is a construction site with the future in mind. The solar park will last 25 years. A megawatt generated from here saves approximately one and a half tonnes of oil every day. It's practically like having an oil well here, that will never run dry because it works on solar energy." 7. Close of cement being poured into a ditch on the ground 8. Mid of mechanical shovel moving cement 9. ...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • Cuba Oil & Gas 2017 Summit - February 2017 - IRN

    The Cuba Oil & Gas 2017 Summit held on 7-9 February 2017 in Havana Libre Hotel, organised by IRN, was under the full support of CUPET and welcomed Government representatives, Cuban authorities, current operators and key services providers. The Summit revealed the numerous investment opportunities within Cuban hydrocarbon industries, exploration and production projects, refining and petrochemical market and will cover details on the legal framework, exploration opportunities in the region, the current and potential situation of oil and gas industry, its refinery system and the capability of EOR. The Summit emphasizes the business, technology and regulation prospects arising and shaping the oil and gas industry of the country. Sponsors included: Repson, CNIP , COSL, Latitude, PSL, GD, M...

    published: 31 Mar 2017
  • Energy Crisis--Energy Drink Review #87 Monster Cuba-Lima

    Today's review is for Monster® Cuba-Lima.

    published: 08 Oct 2013
TOYO TIRES | BJ Baldwin’s Recoil 4 in Cuba

TOYO TIRES | BJ Baldwin’s Recoil 4 in Cuba

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  • Updated: 28 Mar 2017
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BJ Baldwin's 850-horsepower trophy truck rips through the streets of Havana, Cuba for the most epic drive the car-crazy country has every witnessed. Recoil 4 is a seven-minute thrill ride through the streets of Havana that includes a collection of never-before seen stunts including a soaring 191-foot flight that registers as the biggest residential jump ever landed by a trophy truck. While Hollywood requires green screens to pull off jaw-dropping stunts, BJ and the crew just need his truck, a couple of Cuban cigars and the streets to blow the minds of locals and viewers at home alike. #Recoil4 | #TOYOTIRES | BJ Baldwin’s Recoil 4 in Cuba SOCIAL MEDIA: INSTAGRAM: @TOYOTIRES SNAP CHAT: @TOYO_TIRES TWITTER: @TOYOTIRES FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TOYOTIRES WEBSITE: www.toyotires.com
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Positive China - China & Cuba cooperate in developing renewable energy 26/09/2016

Positive China - China & Cuba cooperate in developing renewable energy 26/09/2016

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  • Updated: 28 Sep 2016
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China is helping Cuba achieve its renewable energy production target of 24 percent of the total energy mix by 2030, from a current rate of just 4 percent – and with ample of sun, sugar and wind farms, the prospect of the Caribbean nation island’s plan is looking bright.
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Cuba : Millions of Sugar Cane for Free Energy 2017

Cuba : Millions of Sugar Cane for Free Energy 2017

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  • Updated: 02 Apr 2017
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Original title : Lack of cash clouds Cuba's green energy outlook - RESENDING FULL SCRIPT Cuba, battling a chronic energy deficit, has all the sunshine, wind and sugar to fuel what should be a booming renewables sector - if only it could find the money. SHOWS: CIEGO DE AVILA, CUBA (RECENT) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. GENERAL VIEW OF TRAIN WAGONS TRANSPORTING LOADS OF SUGAR CANE / BUILDINGS OF SUGAR PLANT "CIRO REDONDO" IN BACKGROUND 2. WAGONS TRANSPORTING LOADS OF SUGAR CANE 3. WORKERS SUPERVISING WORK 4. SUGAR CANE MILL WORKING 5. TRACTOR AT SUGAR CANE PLANT 6. WORKERS AT PLANT PROCESSING SUGAR CANE RESIDUES 7. TRACTOR AT SUGAR CANE MILL 8. (SOUNDBITE) (English) BIOPOWER PRESIDENT, ANDREW MACDONALD, SAYING: "Probably the most challenging thing we've had to deal with in the last six years of developing this project has been the financing. The blockade, the U.S. blockade has strangled the financing from Europe and from other obvious sources, so financing projects even today is a struggle and a challenge." 9. MACDONALD NEXT TO CUBAN ADVISERS AND MARABU PLANTS 10. MARABU TREE TRUNKS WITH SPINES 11. MARABU FOREST 12. MARABU TREE TRUNK 13. VARIOUS OF MARABU FOREST 14. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ZHENGYUE CHEN, FORMER INVESTMENT MANAGER AT SHANGHAI ELECTRIC AND CURRENT BIOPOWER CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, SAYING: "First of all, we have to check whether all the funders are open for the Cuban market or not. Once the first obstacle is overcome then we can move forward." 15. GENERAL VIEW OF CHINESE TECHNICIANS WORK ON PLOT OF LAND WHERE BIOMASS PLANT WILL BE BUILT 16. CHINESE TECHNICIAN WITH PROTECTIVE VEST 17. TRACTOR UNLOADING EARTH INTO TRUCK 18. (SOUNDBITE) (English) BIOPOWER PROJECT MANAGER LI HUI, SAYING: "We will hand over a fully-functioning power plant. At the same time we are responsible for two years operation of the power plant so make a smooth transfer to Biopower." 19. LI HUI TO OTHER TECHNICIANS SUPERVISING WORKS IN CONSTRUCTION PLOT OF LAND WITH TOWERS OF SUGAR PLANT IN BACKGROUND 20. LI HUI AND TECHNICIANS TALKING 21. TRUCKS LEAVING LAND IN WORKS 22. GENERAL VIEW OF ENTRANCE TO CIRO REDONDO PLANT STORY: Cuba, battling a chronic energy deficit, has all the sunshine, wind and sugar to fuel what should be a booming renewables sector - if only it could find the money. The country's first utility-scale renewable energy project, a biomass plant in Ciro Redondo, is finally under construction thanks to an injection of funds from China, a socialist ally and in recent years, the island's merchant bank of last resort. Turning Cuba's renewables potential into reality has become a state priority over the past year since crisis-stricken ally Venezuela slashed subsidized oil shipments to Cuba that were supposed to help power its traditional plants. The government announced last July it was rationing energy, raising fears of a return to the crippling blackouts of the "Special Period" after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The energy shortage comes at a time when growing tourism and private business creation are generating greater demand. "The most challenging thing we have had to deal with in the last six years of developing this project has been the financing," said Biopower President Andrew Macdonald, while touring the site of the Ciro Redondo plant. The Scotsman, who has been doing business with Cuba for more than a decade, said the U.S. blockade had "strangled" funding from Europe "and other obvious sources", with banks afraid of sanctions. His start-up Havana Energy joined forces with a subsidiary of domestic sugar monopoly Azcuba to create Biopower in 2012, with a contract to build five plants attached to sugar mills. The plants are projected to use sugar cane byproduct bagasse and fast-growing woody weed marabu as biofuels, costing around $800 million to add some 300 MW to the grid. Biopower was finally able this year to start building the first one, thanks to a decision by China's Shanghai Electric Group Ltd to buy an equity stake in Havana Energy. The JV is now looking for external financing for the next four plants. Some international companies have shown an interest in gaining a foothold in the slowly opening Cuban market, encouraged by a three-year old investment law that allows full foreign ownership of renewables projects. On top of the U.S. trade embargo, which frightens banks from offering Cuba loans, Cuba's payment capacity is questionable. While it has improved its debt servicing record under President Raul Castro, it is falling behind on paying foreign providers. And it has little to offer as payment guarantees in hard currency. Its state electricity utility generates revenue in Cuban pesos, which are not traded internationally, only into convertible Cuban pesos at a state-fixed rate. The government has promised to unify those two currencies, but it is unclear how. Moreover Cuba does not belong to multilateral institutions like the Inter-American Development Bank that
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Students in Cuba talk about Renewable Energy

Students in Cuba talk about Renewable Energy

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  • Updated: 20 May 2012
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In this short clip, we see middle school students doing a play about solar, wind and hydro power as renewable energy sources. We also see high school students explaining these technologies with more sophistication. Most of the audio is in Spanish.
https://wn.com/Students_In_Cuba_Talk_About_Renewable_Energy
Energy Expert Discusses Future of Sustainability in Cuba and the Americas

Energy Expert Discusses Future of Sustainability in Cuba and the Americas

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  • Duration: 7:38
  • Updated: 02 Dec 2016
  • views: 28
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Former Chevron Corporation executive Silvia Garrigo shared insights on the future of environmental sustainability, renewable energy and what the death of Fidel Castro will mean for business in Cuba with students in the College of Business’ international business and strategy program. Learn more: https://biznews.fiu.edu/2016/12/oil-production-in-cuba-and-a-pristine-ecosystem/
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Bringing energy to Cuba

Bringing energy to Cuba

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  • Updated: 13 Oct 2009
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Solar energy is improving the standard of living for many in the rural villages of Cuba. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.
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Cuba introduces electricity rationing to avoid blackouts

Cuba introduces electricity rationing to avoid blackouts

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  • Updated: 13 Jul 2016
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Cuba’s President Raul Castro has warned the nation of hard times ahead as the island faces shortages of fuel and energy supplies as well as a cash crunch which will affect imports and investments. The government has decided to ration energy to state business in order to avoid domestic blackouts. CCTV America's Michael Voss has more from Havana.
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Energy Consumption in Cuba

Energy Consumption in Cuba

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  • Updated: 08 Jun 2016
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Energy Consumption in Cuba describe the uses and production of energy in Cuba
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Cuba: Energy Education

Cuba: Energy Education

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  • Updated: 08 Jul 2014
  • views: 111
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Earth Island: Energy and Community - This is a clip from a film that Faith Morgan, the creator of The Power of Community and her team are working on.
https://wn.com/Cuba_Energy_Education
Cuba Libre (Remix) - Modern Rocketry ft. Jolo | 80s Club Mixes | 80s Club Music | 80s Nrg Classics

Cuba Libre (Remix) - Modern Rocketry ft. Jolo | 80s Club Mixes | 80s Club Music | 80s Nrg Classics

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  • Updated: 21 Feb 2014
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FB Page https://www.facebook.com/80sMusicRemixes Latest Blog Posts http://80smusicremixes.blogspot.co.uk Cuba Libre (Remix) (1985) (7'07) - Modern Rocketry ft. Jolo. Produced and Written by Ken Kessie and Morey Goldstein. Remixed by Marty Blecman, Ken Kessie and Morey Goldstein. (P) & (C) 1985 Megatone Records. All rights reserved. Used by kind permission. Thank You! FB Page https://www.facebook.com/80sMusicRemixes Latest Blog Posts http://80smusicremixes.blogspot.co.uk
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Cuba warns of energy problems

Cuba warns of energy problems

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(6 Jul 2016) Cubans face tough times in the energy sector in the coming months, official media have warned, amid orders from authorities to implement power-saving measures and some state-run entities reducing hours of operation. Speaking to members of parliament, Marino Murillo, Cuba's vice president in charge of economic matters, said on Monday that the country has been hurt by liquidity problems due to factors including falling prices for nickel, a key export; missed production targets in the sugar industry; and other unspecified sectors. Numerous Cubans who work for the government say they are being told to go home early to save energy. There have been rampant rumors and concerns about belt-tightening on the streets of the capital recently, fed by sporadic power outages and a lack of official information prior to Murillo's comments. Communist Party newspaper Granma reported that Murillo highlighted problems in the energy sector "that demand strict savings and efficient use of energy and fuels." The goal of the measures, he was quoted as saying, is "avoid blackouts for the population and hits to basic services." About half of Cuba's energy needs are covered by oil it receives on preferential terms from South American ally Venezuela, a little under 100,000 barrels a day. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b7cfa218fb034b508483016f22333889 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Erb Cool Project in Cuba - Renewable Energy

Erb Cool Project in Cuba - Renewable Energy

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  • Updated: 06 Jun 2017
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This video highlights the experience of an Erb student who was granted funding to travel to Cuba to better understand the renewable energy landscape in an economy in transition.
https://wn.com/Erb_Cool_Project_In_Cuba_Renewable_Energy
BJ Baldwin’s Recoil / Dj Tiesto - Music 2017

BJ Baldwin’s Recoil / Dj Tiesto - Music 2017

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  • Updated: 14 Apr 2017
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TOYO TIRES | BJ Baldwin’s Recoil / Mix Video - Monster Energy
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Cuba opens first solar farm that doubles the country's capacity for solar power

Cuba opens first solar farm that doubles the country's capacity for solar power

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  • Updated: 31 Jul 2015
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AP TELEVISION 1. Mid of solar panels 2. Pull out of solar panel park with thousands of photovoltaic cells 3. Close of sun reflecting on solar panel 4. Wide of solar panel park with electrical posts on background 5. Set up of Ovel Concepcion, director with Hidroenergia, the state-run company tasked with building the solar park 6. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ovel Concepcion, Hidroenergia director "This park is a construction site with the future in mind. The solar park will last 25 years. A megawatt generated from here saves approximately one and a half tonnes of oil every day. It's practically like having an oil well here, that will never run dry because it works on solar energy." 7. Close of cement being poured into a ditch on the ground 8. Mid of mechanical shovel moving cement 9. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Ovel Concepcion, Hidroenergia director: "Our country has the privilege of having the sun's rays fall directly upon it. For every square metre (11 square feet) the sun gives us five kilowatt hours per day." 10. Wide of workers and truck amid solar panels 11. Close of workers shovelling cement 12. Mid of workers shovelling cement in between solar panels 13. Various of solar panels 14. Wide of street and large billboard reading (Spanish) "Revolution with Energy. There will be a before and after from the Energy Revolution in Cuba. Fidel (Castro)" STORYLINE: Cuba has taken a step toward energy independence with the opening of its first solar farm. The park built in the province of Cienfuegos, east of Havana boasts 14-thousand photovoltaic panels, which straight away more than doubled the country's capacity to harvest energy from the sun. The solar farm opened in April and began contributing the first solar power to the island's energy grid. The farm now generates enough electricity to power 780 homes and had saved the equivalent of 1,060 barrels of crude oil through the end of July. Peak capacity is expected to hit 2.6 megawatts when the final panels are in place in September. "A megawatt generated from here saves approximately one and a half tonnes of oil every day," said Ovel Concepcion, the director of Hidroenergia, the state-run company that built the solar park. "It's practically like having an oil well here, that will never run dry because it works on solar energy," Concepcion added. Cuba turned its focus to renewable energy after four attempts at deep-water oil drilling came up short. A fourth exploratory offshore oil well drilled in 2012 was a bust. The island has relied on highly subsidised oil from Venezuela to meet about half its consumption needs. The country gets about 92-thousand barrels of oil per day from Venezuela. But the death of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez in March made it clear that Havana can hardly depend on receiving cheap oil forever. The government is counting on solar energy to boost the island's production of alternative energy sources. Right now, just 4 percent of the island's electricity comes from renewable sources. Hopes are high that solar can be a big winner in Cuba where there's direct sunlight year-round. "Our country has the privilege of having the sun's rays fall directly upon it. For every square metre (11 square feet) the sun gives us 5 kilowatt hours per day," Concepcion said. Six other solar parks are scheduled to come online in the coming months in Havana and 5 other regions across the island. The government has also launched a task force to come up with a 15-year plan to develop alternative energy such as solar, wind and biomass. The island hopes to get 10 percent of its electricity from renewable energy by 2030, according to a government report released in May. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6c7a5abff6cd8135f32abc51cbd2fc18 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Cuba Oil & Gas 2017 Summit - February 2017 - IRN

Cuba Oil & Gas 2017 Summit - February 2017 - IRN

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  • Updated: 31 Mar 2017
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The Cuba Oil & Gas 2017 Summit held on 7-9 February 2017 in Havana Libre Hotel, organised by IRN, was under the full support of CUPET and welcomed Government representatives, Cuban authorities, current operators and key services providers. The Summit revealed the numerous investment opportunities within Cuban hydrocarbon industries, exploration and production projects, refining and petrochemical market and will cover details on the legal framework, exploration opportunities in the region, the current and potential situation of oil and gas industry, its refinery system and the capability of EOR. The Summit emphasizes the business, technology and regulation prospects arising and shaping the oil and gas industry of the country. Sponsors included: Repson, CNIP , COSL, Latitude, PSL, GD, Melbana Energy, Sener, Seadrill, Enriotech, Oiltanking, Bradot Group, Amerisur, Premuda Spa, Aggreko, COCO Mexico, CGG, Soenergy, Worksite, IMP, Kennedys, NSAI and many more Have a look at the video for a glimpse of the experience! We look forward to welcoming you to the next edition of a very successful Summit! To receive all updates, follow us on Twitter: @IRN_OilandGas For more information on the Summit visit http://www.irn-international.com or http://www.cubaoilgassummit.com/ Video editing by Prem Konieczny | prem.konieczny@gmail.com | https://vimeo.com/user6242016
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Energy Crisis--Energy Drink Review #87 Monster Cuba-Lima

Energy Crisis--Energy Drink Review #87 Monster Cuba-Lima

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  • Updated: 08 Oct 2013
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Today's review is for Monster® Cuba-Lima.
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