Passing through the north of the country, President Jovenel Moïse has unveiled the plans he plans to deploy to electrify the country in the coming months.
If no one has seen the calls for tenders pass and if the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Litigation has not yet approved contracts that are already ready, the President of the Republic already has the dates of entry into service installations…
“The Haitian state is in the final phase for the purchase of 60 megawatts which will be at Carrefour. We have declared a piece of land between the power station and the terminal of Thor to be of public utility to install the 60 megawatts with two gas turbines, “announced the President of the Republic. This contract with General electric, added Moïse, is in its final phase before being sent to the Superior Court of Auditors.
The president took the opportunity to ask the Court of Auditors “to unite to serve the population. The time has come to come together to serve the people. The benefit of the emergency must be granted to all electricity contracts. That is to say, contracts for the purchase of equipment, contracts for 60 megawatts, “he urged.
Moïse also announced a contract for 130 megawatts of solar electricity which will be installed as follows: 20 megawatts in Cap-Haitien, 20 megawatts in Gonaïves, 10 megawatts in Port-de-Paix, 50 megawatts in Port-au-Prince, 10 megawatts at Jacmel, five megawatts at Jérémie. The other 15 megawatts will be distributed in 42 small towns across the country, notably in the departments of Nippes, Grand’Anse, among others.Continue reading.