Haiti Electricity: Taiwan and Haiti to sign agreement to build Port-au-Prince power grid by year end

Taiwan news site reports... Taiwan and Haiti are expected to sign an agreement by the end of this year for the construction of a power grid in Port-au-Prince to alleviate the country's energy supply problems, a high-level government Taiwanese official said.

Haitian President Jovenel Moise visits an electrical substation in Tabarre
Haitian President Jovenel Moise visits an electrical substation in Tabarre

According to the Taipei Times, This electricity project is one of the initiatives being discussed by a bilateral high-level task force that was established to draft new terms of cooperation in accordance with a consensus reached between President Tsai Ing-wen and Haitian President Jovenel Moise during his visit to Taiwan in May.

It's been reported, the project to construct the Port-au-Prince Haiti power grid would cost US$146.98 million.

The Taiwanese official tole the Taipei Time the project will be financed by a development assistance loan from a Taiwan bank to the the Haitian Government, it will be contracted to a Taiwanese construction firm and it will take at lease two years to build.

President Jovenel Moise promised electricity 24/7 in Haiti and, it seems, he is still going forward with the plan.

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Joel Monuma says...

Great news, please keep up the good

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