Honduras Launches 50MW Tender

ENEE, the state-owned energy company, published the international bidding rules for supplying 50MW of energy.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Bids must be submitted on March 10 and the winner will be announced on March 28th.

Newspaper Elheraldo.hn noted that “the official press release does not specify which type of energy must be provided, but everything leads to power generated through bunker or diesel fuel”.

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Honduras: Electrical Measurement Tender to Take Five Months

March 2013

Delays continue in the bidding process to replace the company that currently handles the reading, measurement and billing of electricity services.

Laprensa.hn reports that "despite the 'emergency' decreed by the National Electricity Company (ENEE) to find a firm to be responsible for readings, measurement and payment collections for electricity, the tender process will take at least four or five months. "

Guatemala: Tender for 800MW Attracts Investors

April 2011

At least 10 companies have already acquired the bidding rules ready to present bids on 28 October.

Among the companies interested in bidding is Centrans Energy which operates a wind farm in the Pacaya volcano area, which generates 50 MW and represents an investment of $125 million.

Honduras: Two Companies Compete for 50 MW Contract

April 2011

Of the three offers received, the ones submitted by Nacional de Ingenieros and Cechsa have the greatest chance of success.

Nacional de Ingenieros's offered $14,500 for power supply, $4,500 for operations and maintenance, with no variable operational and maintenance charges. The company's performance per gallon of diesel is 14 KWh.

AES El Salvador Buys $350 Million in Energy

May 2010

The company, who distributes 80% of the country’s energy, purchased supply for the next two years.

After a public bidding process, the winning companies were Nejapa Power, Duke Energy and Cutuco Energy.

Abraham Bichara, President of AES El Salvador, told newspaper La Prensa Gráfica that “signing these contracts is strategic, as there will be changes in the energy market … we want to reduce costs for consumers and attract more investment to the country”.

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