Innovation for the benefit of the people
Commitment to the environment
Profitable and sustainable solutions
We believe that the potential in the use of renewable energy is enormous and of great benefit to all.
Future is not decided tomorrow, but today, therefore, we have put talent and effort in the development of integral solutions of solar energy generation, this has led us to become the 2nd place in Latin America in the use of renewable energies, being the main suppliers of the Government of Honduras in this area.
Impact of 90,000 tons greenhouse gases on climate change mitigation
We participate in the development of energy generation projects through renewable sources, particularly photovoltaic.
We develop solar parks from the phase of analysis, investment and viability, to the construction and subsequent operation of them, as well as their connection with the country's electricity stations.
Alanza Energía and Gauss, a Mexican firm specializing in the energy sector, participate as partners in the development of large-scale photovoltaic generation projects in Latin America.
Located in southern Honduras, this is the largest photovoltaic project in Mexico and Central America, with an investment of 120 million US dollars, built on an area of 150 hectares and with an installed capacity of 61 MWp (about 200,000 polycrystalline modules).
Choluteca, the region where El Caguano is located, has an average irradiance above 5.5 kwh / m2 / day, the highest in Central America.
The investment for this project was private (from Mexico and Honduras) and was also financed by the IFC (World Bank), Bancomext and KFW DEG, as well as with the support of the Honduran government as a jointly liable for the National Company of Electric Power (ENEE).
The solar park is interconnected to the Santa Lucía substation where the energy produced is delivered to ENEE, through a 20-year Energy Purchase and Sale Agreement (PPA).
The project generates 125 GWh / year, which is equivalent to supplying clean energy to more than 80 thousand Honduran families.
MWp Installed Capacity
Honduran families receive clean energy