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    This Saturday, electrical effects in Ciego de Ávila

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    Yesterday, Friday, The Electric Power Company of Ciego de Ávila informs Invasor that the deficit in the availability of generation was maintained 24 hours a day, turning off the circuits outside the schedule, since the deficit had a maximum of 60 MW (megawatts), reaching in the afternoon and evening hours to rotate circuits every three hours.

    Afectaciones eléctricas de este sábado en Ciego e Ávila

    The average time of affectation per circuit in the province was nine hours and 20 minutes.

    The maximum demand, in the province, was in the 101 MW at 9:00 past meridian.

    A deficit of 45 MW is estimated for today in the territory. If this forecast is fulfilled, it will not be possible to maintain the rotation of the circuits according to programming, since, as has been reported, each block to be turned off has an approximate capacity of 35 MW.

    They add from the Electricity Company in Ciego de Ávila that the strategy, to equate the circuits in time of affectation, will be to turn off in the order of those least affected yesterday and if the deficit decreases, first restore those that accumulate the most hours of affectation.

    Yesterday, Friday, the service was affected due to a 24-hour capacity deficit in the national territory. The maximum effect at night was 995 MW at 8:40 p.m., coinciding with peak hours. The service remained affected throughout the early hours of today.For today, a maximum affectation of 750 MW is estimated during daytime hours.

    Units 6, 7 and 8 of the Máximo Gómez Thermoelectric Power Plant (CTE) (Mariel, Artemisa), CTE unit Otto Parellada (Tallapiedra, Habana Vieja), unit 2 of CTE Ernesto Guevara (Santa Cruz del Norte, Mayabeque), units 4 and 5 of the CTE Diez de Octubre (Nuevitas, Camagüey) and units 1 and 2 of the CTE Lidio Ramón Pérez (Felton, Holguín).

    The engineer Lázaro Guerra Hernández, technical director of the Cuban Electric Union (UNE), in the Buenos Días magazine, explained that due to the fire at the Matanzas supertanker base, due to security measures, the pumping of national crude oil to the CTE Antonio Guiteras and CTE Santa Cruz del Norte; however, the first of them has fuel coverage for two days and the second for six.