Solar Power Plant in Nicaragua

Speed Tech, which specializes in manufacturing of solar panels and solar based products, is discussing the installation of a power plant in the country.

Monday, February 28, 2011

Taiwan's ambassador in Nicaragua, without commenting on the amount of investment, said that there are advanced negotiations between representatives of the company, the investment promotion agency (ProNicaragua) and the Foreign Ministry.

Prensalibre.com collected more comments by the Ambassador, "Nicaragua was chosen as the place to make all lamps and lighting ...".

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Solar Panel Plant Confirmed in Nicaragua

July 2011

The Taiwanese company, Speed Tech, has confirmed plans to install a solar panel factory with an investment of $10 million.

The announcement was made by the presidential delegate for investment, Alvaro Baltodano, who said: "They, after the exchange (the talks) confirmed the decision to invest in Nicaragua and we hope that in August when a very important investment meeting, organized by Pro Nicaragua, will be held in Nicaragua, these investors will come and we hope that Taiwan officially announces (the plans) there. "

Panama could start using solar panel

June 2008

Panama could be a pioneer in the use of photovoltaic technology, or solar panels, in both homes and businesses, in response to an initiative from the National Authority of Public Services.

It's proposing to allow customers to generate up to 10 kilowatt hours per day, though they would be connected to the low-tension electrical networks of the electrical distribution companies.

Chinese Investment in Solar Energy in Costa Rica

August 2012

Two state run Chinese companies and one Costa Rican company have signed a letter of intent to install a solar power plant of 4 MW, in Carrillo, Guanacaste Province.

The Chinese companies, Guoxin Group, a producer of photovoltaic panels and the company Nari Group Corporation, dedicated to power management, have formed a partnership with a Costa Rican group formed by Azucarera El Viejo and the company Greenersys, an equipment supplier. The estimated investment in the project is $10 million.

Central American Congress on Solar Energy

March 2015

From 25 to March 27 companies and industry experts will be meeting in Panama to discuss issues such as financing, government policies and technology.

The conference called Central America Solar Power Generation (SPG Central America) will be held at the Intercontinental Playa Bonita Resort & Spa.

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