Honduras could buy energy from Mexico

The general manager of the National Electric Energy Company (ENEE) announced that they will buy 200 megawatts of energy from Mexico.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

TIEMPO.hn reports on the website: "...the official said that they only have to define some technical aspects in order to sign the contract for the purchase of the energy.

These include coordinating with the Government of Guatemala for the direct interconnection with Mexico."

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Request for Honduras to Buy Energy in the Region

December 2013

Through the Electric Interconnection System for Central America costs incurred from thermal generation in the country could be cut.  

Accelerating the implementation of renewable energy projects or buying the shortfall in energy in the regional market rather than renewing contracts that are expiring with thermal generators are the alternatives being proposed by the private sector to "lower pressure" on finances of the National Electricity Company (ENEE) .

Honduras: Electrical Measurement Tender to Take Five Months

March 2013

Delays continue in the bidding process to replace the company that currently handles the reading, measurement and billing of electricity services.

Laprensa.hn reports that "despite the 'emergency' decreed by the National Electricity Company (ENEE) to find a firm to be responsible for readings, measurement and payment collections for electricity, the tender process will take at least four or five months. "

Honduras Launches 50MW Tender

February 2011

ENEE, the state-owned energy company, published the international bidding rules for supplying 50MW of energy.

Bids must be submitted on March 10 and the winner will be announced on March 28th.

Newspaper Elheraldo.hn noted that “the official press release does not specify which type of energy must be provided, but everything leads to power generated through bunker or diesel fuel”.

Honduras Creates Energy Commission

February 2010

President Porfirio Lobo authorized the creation of an energy commission to define an energy policy for the country.

This announcement was made as the country starts recovering from the economic crisis, a situation that will most likely increase energy demand.

“Another pending task is the finalization of a public bidding process for 250MW of renewable energy.

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