Renewable Energy Contracts in Honduras

Production companies protest that the prices set by the Empresa Nacional de Energía Eléctrica do not stimulate investment in the generation of renewable energy.

Friday, February 13, 2009

According to an article in La Prensa.hn, Elsia Paz, President of the Honduran Association of Small Producers of Renewable Energy (AHPPER), declared that "Our union brings together 60 businesses and due to the fact that the price does not reflect an incentive for renewable investments, not a single small business has signed a supply contract with Enee to-date, except for a wind plant that signed above the Cmpc 2008 (10.6 ctvs. kw/h)."

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