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Cuba Extends Importing of Power Plants: Luis Silva Addresses Fuel Shortages

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Cuba Extends Importing of Power Plants: Luis Silva Addresses Fuel Shortages

The Cuban government has extended the possibility of importing non-commercial power plants until March 31, 2024, in an effort to alleviate the energy situation in the country plagued by constant blackouts. The extension applies to air, sea, postal, and courier shipments, and includes power plants with a power greater than 900 watts. Travelers to Cuba can import up to two power plants as part of their accompanied luggage, within the yearly limit of $1,000. However, the import of power plants to Cuba faces challenges due to fuel shortages.

Actor Luis Silva, known for his role as Pánfilo in the popular comedy program Vivir del Cuento, shared a video on Instagram discussing the difficulties of accessing fuel to power the imported plants. Silva humorously reflected on the multiple cards required in Cuba for various transactions, including gas cards, MLC cards, and CUP cards. Many of Silva’s followers expressed interest in the return of Vivir del Cuento to Cuban TV, with Silva confirming that the show is in the scriptwriting phase.

Despite the extended import window for power plants, the obstacles posed by fuel shortages continue to create challenges for Cuban residents. Stay tuned for updates on the energy situation in Cuba.

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