#PathTalks: The Path to decarbonization in Honduras
Globally, renewable energy sources are becoming the vertebral column of energy systems. Our market development experts have studied and modeled the Honduras power system and the results demonstrate the Central American country can save millions of dollars by incorporating renewable energy when balanced by flexible thermal capacity and maintaining reliability while decreasing CO2 emissions.
In this #PathTalks with host Fernanda Castro and Silvia Zumarraga, GM Market Development Latin America & Caribbean, discuss Wärtsilä’s research and decarbonization results for Honduras.
This video is in Spanish, but it includes English subtitles.
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