Renewable energy for sustainable development
Ecoener has a firm commitment: preserving the most valuable legacy we have: nature. Our goal as a company is promoting sustainable development to preserve the environment and contribute to social development.
Our Llanos del Sur photovoltaic plant has an installed power capacity of 16.2 MW and it is located near Choluteca, one of the oldest colonial cities of Honduras. But Ecoener is growing and we now have an additional 554 MW of solar power capacity in the development stage.
We own two wind farms on Grand Canary Island and two more in Galicia. The current installed power capacity reaches 50.2 MW, having 22.4 MW more under construction and an additional 70 MW pipeline of new projects.
We own six hydroelectric power plants in Galicia; and a seventh one located in the region of Bocacosta, Guatemala, which represents our first international hydroelectric power plant. Together, they make a total of 52.4 MW of installed capacity.
Sustainability is the engine that moves Ecoener. We generate energy in the long term, seeking to preserve nature wherever we operate, and thinking about the development of the local communities. We create value from responsible business management and social and environmental commitment, contributing locally to attain the Goals of the 2030 Agenda.See more