Water pumping stations for the population protected in Ciego de Ávila

María Chapman Waugh, vice prime minister, Inés. Photo: Irene Pérez/ Cubadebate

In view of the country’s complex energy situation, Ciego de Ávila is protecting most of its water pumping stations for both the population and agriculture with emergency generators.

This was revealed this Sunday in a meeting with the Vice Prime Minister, Inés María Chapman Waugh, with executives of the Institute of Hydraulic Resources (IRH), the Aqueduct and Sewage Company, the Trasvase Canal Engineering Services Company and the National Electric Union (UNE) at the headquarters of the People’s Power Government of Ciego de Ávila.

According to Wilmer Matos Lambert, general director of the Aqueduct and Sewage Company in Ciego de Ávila, diesel is systematically guaranteed for the Emergency Generating Groups, while at the same time the distribution cycles by networks in the provincial capital and in Morón are lengthened.

Another good practice implemented in Ciego de Ávila is the immediate recovery of pumping when electricity service is restored in those towns or communities where, for some reason, the Emergency Generators are not working.

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