File photo: workers install a high-voltage power line that will carry the current generated by solar panels at Cuba's first solar farm in Cantarana. New regulatory changes would allow U.S. engineering and design firms to work on such infrastructure projects in Cuba.
File photo: workers install a high-voltage power line that will carry the current generated by solar panels at Cuba's first solar farm in Cantarana. New regulatory changes would allow U.S. engineering and design firms to work on such infrastructure projects in Cuba. Franklin Reyes AP
File photo: workers install a high-voltage power line that will carry the current generated by solar panels at Cuba's first solar farm in Cantarana. New regulatory changes would allow U.S. engineering and design firms to work on such infrastructure projects in Cuba. Franklin Reyes AP

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