Energia Eolica de Honduras wind park could inspire three other projects
Monday, January 17, 2011
Honduras' first wind park, the 102-megawatt Cerro de Hula facility, will begin producing electricity in the first quarter of 2012, just as other developers could be breaking ground on three other projects.
The developer Energia Eolica de Honduras belongs to larger Honduran energy group Mesoamerica.
Three other firms including a French wind company and local energy firms Grupo Terra and Vientos de la Pena are at the early stages of planning wind projects in the country.
Original source: Renewable Energy World