Clean Energy Investments Announced in Roatan

Roatan Electric Company has announced that it will install a liquefied gas plant on the island, which will add to the wind farm currently under construction and which is expected to start operations in late 2014.

Friday, October 17, 2014

From a statement issued by Roatán Electric Company, (RECO):

Roatan Electric Company (RECO) held a press conference in which they announced the progress of the projects which will benefit the islanders by reducing electricity costs on the island.

RECO is focused on the future with the launch of its new generation of wind energy and the prompt installation of a combined cycle plant which will be fueled by clean burning LPG gas. These projects represent more than $40 million in fresh investments, in addition to the $30 million which so far has been invested in by its American investor RECO.

In this way RECO seeks to improve the quality of life of the islanders by offering alternative power options, reducing reliance on fossil fuels.



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