Jovenel Moise: 18 To 24 Months For Haiti To Have Electricity 24 Hours
Folks, this is something that should be recorded. Haitian President Jovenel Moise testified that all Haiti will have electricity, 24 hour a day, 7 days a week between 18 and 24 months from now. According to Moise, ""I've given myself 18 to 24 months for Haiti to have electricity 24 hours around the clock".
This is not the first time that this ambitious promise to bring 24 hours electricity to Haiti was made. Few years ago, we heard similar promise from former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe. However, it did not materialize
Jovenel Moise did not explain how his cash-strapped government plans to pay for 24 hours electricity. He only spoke of prioritizing production and making Haitians pay for energy upfront.
Do you think having electricity in Haiti on a 24 hours basis is possible?
Do you think our president is bluffing?
Reader Comments 7
Actually your president and his staff have been working on this issue.
I know because I have been in some of the meetings in the USA to being the necessary technologies, equipment and financing to Haiti.
He's not wrong and they are not lying.
There is a solid plan to achieve this in the works using the latest technologies which leap past wind and solar by several decades.
It would be a great thing.
However there should be some education to do for the people.
It should own privately note by the government!
Nothing is impossible so yes, Haiti can have electricity 24/7 because up to the late 80s Haiti had it, unless our own people refuse to let it happen.
he has no ideas what is the technical implication and need of financing for electrifying the whole country.
I am still waiting for the study.
For the entire country to be able to have electricity 24 hours a day, it is going to take from 10 to 15 years if they are serious, he doesn't understand
It used to be on the past why it is impossible for today
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