Gamesa makes up 76% of the consortium and Iberdrola Engineering and Construction the remaining 24%. The project is for Mesoamérica Energy, a renewable energy company, via its local Honduran subsidiary, Energía Eólica.
The project already has a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the country's national electricity supplier (ENEE) and is financed by funds from US Export-Import Bank and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI). The Cerro de Hula windfarm construction is a turn-key contract, expected to be completed within 18 months. It will feature 51 Gamesa G87-2 MW wind turbines.
The contract includes interconnection to the power grid, site access, civil works, transport as well as the wind turbines and two years' maintenance.
Globeleq announced the wind power plant in Honduras reached financial agreements and will begin construction.
The majority-owned subsidiary of Globeleq, Mesoamerica SA Renewable Energy (Known as Mesoamerica Energy), leader in development of wind projects in Central America, has been developing the 102 MW wind power project through its own local entity Wind Energy Honduras SA (EEHSA).
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