We just finished the transport of 8,6 tonnes shovels from Mexico to Cerro de Hula Wind Farm, in Honduras.
Our experts in logistics management for renewable energy projects recently conducted a ground transport service carrying shovels weighting 8,6 tonnes. After going through narrow roads, the cargo arrived its destination at the Cerro de Hula Wind Farm in Honduras, where our overweight cargo transport specialists unloaded all modules.
Honduras renewable energy industry
The potential of wind energy is estimated to be of 1,200 MW. The Cerro de Hula Energy Project was the first wind energy project in the country. It has a nominal capacity of 102 megawatts of clean energy and delivers around 340 megawatts of wind energy able to provide power to about 100,000 homes.
Since 2017, 61 per cent of the country´s energy comes from clean energy sources. This makes Honduras the first non-island country in the world to reach such a high participation rate for renewable energy in the national energy mix.