Spain’s Clavijo Building 63-Megawatt Solar Project in Honduras

(Bloomberg) — Grupo Clavijo Elt SL, a Spanish maker of
industrial machinery, started building a 63 megawatt-solar park
in Honduras.

The project will be concluded in June, the Viana, Spain-based company said in an e-mailed statement.

With the Honduras unit, Clavijo’s renewable energy division
will reach 720 megawatts of installed capacity globally.

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