Energy that lights up nations
Changes in the energy matrix and in the legislation allow Guatemala to offer the lowest electricity rates in the isthmus.
The diversity of natural resources that the country has makes it has a great potential to generate clean energy. Guatemala’s energy supply remains dynamic and constantly growing.
Guatemala is supported by its geographical location, in the middle of two large subcontinents, and the topography, made up of mountain systems where there are 37 volcanoes along a 300-kilometer strip, accompanied by hydrographic regions with the potential to produce hydro, wind and energy energy. solar. In addition, it has the largest solar park in Central America.
There are competitive energy generation projects in the country, as well as an energy policy fully adapted to market needs, which has allowed strategic alliances with public and private sectors, local and international, in search of sustainable development.