First wind power plant in Honduras

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    Central America has tremendous opportunities in developing green energy. From biofuels to hydro and wind to thermal there is a lot these central American countries can provide.

    Honduras’ first wind power plant began operations amid an ongoing energy crisis that has prompted frequent power outages across the country.

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    The state power utility, ENEE, launched the project, which includes 51 towers lining a hill some 25 kilometers south of Tegucigalpa. The project is the first phase of a more expansive push to bring more wind energy to the country.

    By the end of the year, the wind farm will be producing a total of 102 megawatts at a cost of $260 million.

    Now Honduras in on the map for green energy production. In recent years biofuel plantations have also dominated the renewable energy sector such as countries like Costa Rica.

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