Brazil’s Koblitz plans to build 35-megawatt biomass plan on giant king grass in Honduras. $327 million in renewables
Areva Koblitz, the Brazilian renewable energy developer that focuses on biomass and hydroelectric plants, plans projects worth $327 million throughout Latin America.
The company is seeking to sign contracts to build facilities with 200 megawatts of installed capacity by 2016 in the region.
Areva Koblitz, which may receive 20 percent of its revenues from outside Brazil in 2015, may sign a contract to build a 35- megawatt biomass plant that runs on giant king grass next quarter in Honduras.
Original source: Bloomberg