Gamesa, a global technology leader in the wind industry, has signed a contract, in Costa Rica, for construction, supplies and turnkey installation of a 50 MW wind farm with Globeleq Mesoamerica Energy (GME).
The Export Import Bank of the U.S. is interested in companies or infrastructure projects in key sectors.
"We are interested in financinginfrastructure projects in the logistics sector, ports, energy and roads, which are key to the commercial movement in this country", said the executive Sean Mulvaney, a member of the board of the U.S. government agency, who recently visited the canal country.
Mesoamérica Energy will deliver a guarantee of compliance to the government for the development of the Cerro Ula wind farm project.
The guarantee would support the implementation of the first phase, which contemplates the generation of 60 MW of energy. José Morán, manager of Mesoamérica Honduras, said, "This shows that we are working and that we are going at a good speed according to what the contract with the National Electric Power Company calls for."
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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