12 turbines have been added at Cerro de Hula wind farm, with an additional investment of $63 million.
Currently the Cerro de Hula wind farm, owned by Energía Eólica de Honduras, a subsidiary of Globeleq Mesoamerica Energy, has a generating capacity of 102 MW.
The investment of $63 million announced by Deputy Minister of Natural Resources of Honduras, Roberto Cardona, will increase generation by 25 MW, bringing the total generating potential of Cerro Hula to 127 MW.
Using an investment of over $240 million, five companies are preparing to start up wind farms.
Italians, Costa Ricans and a power supply company in the province of Heredia are some of those interested in generating power using the wind currents of Guanacaste.
The projects they soon plan to start have diverse generating capacities. For example, the Montes de Oro Wind Project, with an estimated investment of $23.7 million, will produce an output of 20 megawatts through eight wind generators on a 105 hectare farm.
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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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Grupo ICE, composed of the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) and its subsidiaries Radiográfica Costarricense (RACSA) and Compañía Nacional de Fuerza y Luz (CNFL), joined the Chamber of Information and Communication Technologies of Costa Rica (CAMTIC) as a strategic partner since June 2009.