$600 million for hydroelectric plant in Honduras

The Odebrecht company will be in charge of constructing the Los Llanitos and the Jicatuyo hydroelectric dams in the Santa Barbara department.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Latribuna.hn reports on its website: "The work to be carried by the foreign company includes the design, construction, operation, maintenance, and transfer of the hydroelectric plants which will have an installed capacity of 271 megawatts, and an annual generation of 1,037 kilowatt-hours.

Based on projects by the Brazilian construction company and by the ENEE, it will also create some 3000 direct jobs and 15,000 indirect.

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Honduras: Hydroelectric Projects Unfunded

April 2013

The projects Jicatuyo, Los Llanitos and El Aguán, with a combined potential of 600 MW, have become stalled because the state can not provide its share of funding.

Laprensa.hn reports that "... Jicatuyo and Los Llanitos, in the department of Santa Barbara, were identified 32 years ago. When Congress approved their construction in 2009, it said it would be ready in four years, to date, progress is zero. "

New Push for Tumarín Hydroelectric in Nicaragua

June 2009

The $350 million concession for the execution of the hydroelectric project is pending approval by the national assembly.

The consortium that will build the project that is expected to generate 180 megawatts is composed of the Brazilian group Queiroz Galvao, the Brazilian state-owned Petrobras Company, Nicaraguan businessmen linked to the Production and Finance Banks and the Italian Company Astaldi.

New Hydroelectric Project in Guatemala

March 2009

The Sismite hydroelectric project received the green light for a technical study from the Ministry of Energy and Mines (MEM).

The Director General of Energy of the MEM approved the use of the Montagua River by the company Generadora Nacional to build the Sisimite hydroelectric project.

Brazilian companies will build hydroelectric plant in Nicaragua

August 2008

Two Brazilian companies will participate in the construction of an ambitious hydroelectric program in the northern part of Nicaragua

The hydroelectric project Tumarín, is expected to be fully functional by the end of 2012. The project will increase the percentage of hydroelectric energy that is produced in the country from 18 to 36%.

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