Honduras looks to neighbours for electricity
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Honduras's state-owned electricity company ENEE will look to other countries in the region for 50 Megawatts it needs to supply the dry season demand.
The government is looking to cover the demand as El Cajón hydroelectric dam's reserves a low.
The ENEE will seek to buy the required electricity from El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua.
Source (in Spanish): El Heraldo