$260 for a wind (energy) farm in Honduras

The Honduran Government and Meso-America Energy signed an agreement for the construction of a wind farm that will generate 100 megawatts of energy.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

The agreement was signed by the president of Meso-America Energy in Honduras, Luis Javier Castro, the manager of the National Electric Energy Company, Rixi Moncada, and the president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya and other officials as witnesses.
Meso-America Energy plans to start construction works in early 2009 and the project should be operational by the end of that same year or early 2010.

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First Wind Farm in Caribbean in Honduras

March 2013

Investment for the 3.9 MW wind farm, to be built in the Bay Islands, is estimated at $6 million.  

According to Richard Warren, vice president and general manager of Roatan Electric Company (RECO), the Ocean View wind farm will be built by the company Tradewinds ENERGY on the island of Roatan, and will produce up to 3.9 megawatts of wind power.

Wind Farm Inaugurated in Honduras

February 2012

The work, considered the greatest in Central America, will generate 102 megawatts of wind-based energy.

A press release from the Presidency of Honduras states:

This work puts Honduras at the forefront of wind power generation, having the largest facility in Central America.

Wind Farm in Cerro de Hula Moves Forward

November 2010

Globeleq announced the wind power plant in Honduras reached financial agreements and will begin construction.

The majority-owned subsidiary of Globeleq, Mesoamerica SA Renewable Energy (Known as Mesoamerica Energy), leader in development of wind projects in Central America, has been developing the 102 MW wind power project through its own local entity Wind Energy Honduras SA (EEHSA).

Honduras could lose $140 million energy investment

July 2008

An investment of 140 million dollars by Energía Eólica de Honduras is in danger of being abandoned.

An offer from the government of the Dominican Republic to develop the project there, with an offer of 12.50 American cents per kilowatt hour has reached the ears of the investors, who are still trying to get the Honduras government to sign a contract.

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