Honduran Textiles Will Generate Power
The textile industry is developing a project that would allow bio-generation and save 30% on electricity.
Friday, January 7, 2011
Jesus Canahuati, director of the Honduran Manufacturers Association, explained that steam boilers will be installed in textile plants and that in a first stage they expect to generate 70 megawatts.
Some 30 energy projects are being built and will have a total combined capacity of more than 52 megawatts (MW).
In the span of next year, power generation by burning diesel will be prohibited by decree.
The industrial sector in Panama is saying that during last summer's crisis they were only paid for the energy generated without receiving recognition for the installed power.
The National Authority of Public Services in Panama confirmed the award of a permanent license to operate the ‘Rosa de los Vientos‘ project, and a provisional license for project ‘El Aguila ‘.
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