Honduras Approves 100Mw Wind Energy Project

The government authorized a contract with Energia Eolica, a Honduran company, to provide 100 Mw of capacity.

Friday, June 13, 2008

The decree, on the basis of which the contract was approved, is based on the emergency declaration, applied to deal with a lack of generating capability, and is conditoned on the price and conditions of any sale being equal or superior to those presented in an original offer made last year.

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Wind Farm in Cerro de Hula Moves Forward

November 2010

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).

$260 for a wind (energy) farm in Honduras

October 2008

The Honduran Government and Meso-America Energy signed an agreement for the construction of a wind farm that will generate 100 megawatts of energy.

The agreement was signed by the president of Meso-America Energy in Honduras, Luis Javier Castro, the manager of the National Electric Energy Company, Rixi Moncada, and the president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya and other officials as witnesses.

First Wind Farm in Caribbean in Honduras

March 2013

Investment for the 3.9 MW wind farm, to be built in the Bay Islands, is estimated at $6 million.  

According to Richard Warren, vice president and general manager of Roatan Electric Company (RECO), the Ocean View wind farm will be built by the company Tradewinds ENERGY on the island of Roatan, and will produce up to 3.9 megawatts of wind power.

Delay in Panamanians Wind Projects

June 2009

Funding pledged by international banks hit by the global financial crisis must be replaced by other sources of capital.

In other cases, the government has denied the necessary operation permits due to breach of requisites.
Actions by environmentalists, who want to prevent the use of the Santa Fe National Park for a wind farm, claiming "ecological fragility" of the area have also influenced in the delay.

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Industria Tecnológica Panameña

Industria Tecnológica Panameña S.A. (I.T.P) is a Panama Corporation, historically associated to the Belgian Group TRECO, incorporated in 1812, which owns the Belgian Company TURBOWINDS S.A., who designs, develops, manufactures, sells, installs and maintains Electrical Wind Generators since 1977 at the time under the name WINDMASTER.
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