The company Vientos de Electrotecnia has started testing its wind turbines at the plant in San Marcos, Choluteca, and projects that the formal start of operations will be in the first half of December.
With a total investment of $140 million the wind farm in San Marcos will produce 50MW using 25 wind turbines of 2 MW each.
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."
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