Honduras: Electricity Up 9%

Increase will be applied in October´s bill.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Roberto Martinez Lozano, manager of the ENEE, quoted by ElHeraldo.hn states, "The international price of a barrel of bunker continues to rise, but our plan is for the adjustment not to exceed 9%, although final determination belongs to the National Congress.”

The previous adjustment made in June and July was 6%.

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The new rates plan came into effect on February 1, the ENEE manager, Rixi Moncada, reported.

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