Honduran energy demand calls for rationing
A spike in Honduras's energy demand has forced state utility ENEE to implement a rationing program.
The most affected areas are the Atlantic coast and the Southern region of the country, mainly due to obsolete electricity infrastructure.
The country's current demand for electricity is between 1,275 and 1,375 Megawatts per hour, ENEE president Hawit Medrano said.
Source (in Spanish): El Heraldo