Banks begin to lend for renewable energy plans totaling 250 megawatts in Honduras
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Banks have begun to lend money in Honduras for the construction of 47 renewable energy projects totaling 250 megawatts, pending approval by the National Congress.
Loans so far amount to more than $20 million and include lenders such as Holland’s FMO and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration.
In addition, other international bodies such as the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank have offered to leverage projects.
Original source (in Spanish): El Heraldo