The use of wood as a renewable fuel grew by 25% in the last 20 years.
In Europe and the United States, the demand for timber to be used as fuel is growing. Companies such as Vattenfall AB of Sweden, RWE AG of Germany and American Electric Power of Ohio Inc., which is the biggest consumer of coal in the U.S., are increasingly adapting their central power generation to wood consumption.
Viajes El Corte Ingles will be selling tourism products in El Salvador in its sales network in Spain and carrying out a promotional campaign from March 15 to October 31.
The agreement aims to increase the number of Spanish tourists visiting the country, which in 2015 was around 20,000. The promotion will be done through the marketing channels of the agency and will be reinforced by a campaign that will run until October 31, 2015.
Gas Natural Fenosa has begun construction of the hydroelectric dam Torito, which will have an installed power of 50 MW.
The project will use the waters of Reventazón and will be developed by the company Unión Fenosa Generadora Torito S. A. This is the second hydroelectric plant to be built by Gas Natural Fenosa in the Central American country.
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