Saona island to get permanent clean power for the first time
Bayahibe, Dominican Republic.- The Environment Ministry started construction of a clean energy power plant at the village of Mano Juan, Saona Island (southeast), to supply electricity to more than 100 families, with Taiwan government funding.
The US$12 million project will provide permanent clean energy to around 300 people, a clinic, grade school, a computer center and to the Navy and Police stations.
It will also provide permanent power to Saona’s villagers for the first time, and in compliance with the environmental protection regulations of the National Park of the East, of which the island
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