HOUSTON, Texas – Vepica, a multinational engineering firm specializing in the energy industry, has announced it will provide key inspection, planning, safety and commissioning support services for a 25 MW solar power generation plant being built in San José de Landa, Choluteca, Honduras. The seven-month project will install solar panels and other electrical equipment to produce 25 MW capable of powering 8,600 homes.
“Vepica has always been on the forefront of adopting advanced engineering practices, including in the area of alternative energies,” said Lino Morales, Director of International Operations. “This is a milestone project for us and will serve as a spring board for additional alternative-energy endeavors throughout the Americas and worldwide.”
For more than four decades, Vepica has been a pioneer in the energy industry, and is differentiated by its depth of experience, well-honed processes and state-of-the-art technologies. The company’s innovative spirit is the backbone of an expanding alternative-energies practice consisting of solar, eolic, biomass and waste-to-energy initiatives.
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