Increased Deficit in Energy Generation Makes it Impossible to Schedule Block Service Outages

Increased Deficit in Energy Generation Makes it Impossible to Schedule Block Service Outages

HAVANA, May 12th. Las Tunas Electric Company cannot maintain the block programming for service interruption because of the increase in the generation capacity deficit of the National Power Grid.According to the information provided by engineer Carlos Arias Sobrino, its general director, they work to be as fair as possible in the service distribution since most days the deficit exceeds 50 percent. percent of the customers in the territory.

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At this time, the impact on the population is an average of six continuous hours, which may vary depending on the behavior of the National Power Grid, and efforts are being made to ensure that this impact time is not exceeded.

The province of Las Tunas has 83 circuits for electricity distribution; in these complex circumstances, the company’s specialists seek to provide the service in the most equitable way possible.

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