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Nacaome-Valle, la planta solar más grande de América Latina

Rodeado de volcanes, montañas y vegetación, el Parque Solar Nacaome-Valle, la mayor planta solar de América Latina en la actualidad, genera la energía que consumen unas 150.000 familias hondureñas cada día

jueves 31 de agosto de 2017 - 9:38 am

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