$270 million boom tipped for electricity in Honduras
Confirmation of $270 million of investments, and $10 million more in the pipeline, point to a boom in the electricity sector of Honduras.
Early this week, Mesoamérica Energy reported that Spanish companies Gamesa and Iberdrola plan to build a 110-megawatts wind farm at Cerro de Hula.
The Honduran association of renewable energy producers also says that foreign and local banks are ready to finance hydro schemes of up to 250 megawatts.
Original source (in Spanish): El Heraldo