$1.35 Billion in Energy Investments

During 2019, 80 environmental impact studies were presented to carry out work on electrical networks and to build energy generation plants in different areas of Central American countries.

Monday, June 1, 2020

The interactive platform "Construction in Central America", of the Trade Intelligence Unit of CentralAmericaData, includes an updated list of public and private construction projects that present environmental impact studies (EIS) to the respective institutions in each country.

As of June, Panama is the country that concentrated the largest investment, with approximately $946 million in energy projects, corresponding to 15 environmental impact studies submitted to the Ministry of Environment during the entire past year.

The platform reports that 11 EIAs were presented in El Salvador, which together total about $270 million in investment. The most important project according to the amount invested is the one corresponding to the development of a generation park with a capacity of 110 MW.

For the year in question in Costa Rica, 40 studies were presented to carry out work on electrical networks and also for the construction of generation parks, which together project an investment of $95 million. In the case of Guatemala, 14 studies were presented, with an approximate global investment of $37 million.

CentralAmericaData has information on the construction projects planned in all Central American countries, with details such as estimated investment, project times and phases, inputs and equipment that will be required during and after construction, water treatment, parking structure, among others.

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