Honduras plans $400 million power tender
The state electricity utility in Honduras intends to invest $400 million in repairs for transmission lines and the construction of at least three sub-stations in a drive to overcome a wave of blackouts.
Leonardo Deras, deputy manager of the utility, confirmed that a tender is being prepared to remedy what has been defined as an emergency.
The strategy includes the installation of power transformers in Tegucigalpa that will make the network more reliable.
Original source (in Spanish): La Tribuna