Canadian Biomass Magazine

Honduras launches new bioenergy plant

June 14, 2016
By Andrew Macklin

June 14, 2016 – Honduras has officially launched its new 43MW bioenergy plant in the Sula Valley.

According to an article from SeeNews, the new plant will use a mix of sugarcane bagasse, king grass, African palm tree rachis and weevil-affected pine wood as fuel for the power plant.

The plant was built at a cost of $130 million USD.

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