Path to renewable energy being cleared in Honduras and the Virgin Islands
New project uses king grass and eucalyptus plants to provide electricity to underserved areas.
Isaac Wiles represented the developer of a renewable energy project in Honduras in Central America. The system generates electricity by creating methane by processing king grass and eucalyptus plants in anaerobic digesters. Isaac Wiles is also paving the way for the same client to do a similar project for the US Virgin Islands.